“For those who have made it possible so that I can be admitted, I take it as a grace to me.”

Patrick Fobrica

Program Advanced Diploma ('18)
Age 32
Ministering in Nsanje
Family Wife, one son (3)

Patrick is involved with the children’s ministry at his church. He has developed a passion for the youth and uses his ministry to tell children the truth of the gospel. He hopes to utilize what he will learn at CAPA to help further the children’s ministry. Patrick also works as a prison officer.

$100 a month provides a pastor a scholarship to study at CAPA.

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Interview with Patrick Fobrica

2017

Q1

How did you come to know the Lord?

Q2

Why did you decide to come to CAPA?

Q3

Prayer requests?

Q1

How did you come to know the Lord?

Mm, it started sometime back early in 2000. I was grown up in a Christian family, but by then it wasn’t as serious as the time when I gave my life to Christ. It was the time I was at the school, the secondary, when I attended a crusade. So over there was when I gave my life to Christ and start moving with Christ.

Q2

Why did you decide to come to CAPA?

To CAPA? At church, I’m a church leader, as well as I’m in the children’s ministry. In the children’s ministry, we call it Royal Rangers—the ministry that brings childrens together to teach them how they can be, they can have discipline unto the Lord, as well as unto their parents or their elders.

So there is number of activities that are conducted over there. And in this ministry is where I learned to interact with the children than ever before. So coming to CAPA, it is that passion to be equipped on how I can explore more about the gospel, and how I can teach all the children, as well as the entire church, because sometimes I have an advantage of being given a pulpit so whatever I preach should be the reality of the Word. So that is why CAPA is coming in. I applied, I admitted in order to reach that desire.

Q3

Prayer requests?

In terms of graduation, it’s my prayer that I make it, but also more importantly, CAPA itself for admitting me; I see it grace and they need more prayers, too. Yeah, yeah, yeah, for sure. For those who have made it possible so that I can be admitted, I take it as a grace to me.