Today we introduce a young lady from Lesotho. She is a very free spirited, friendly, and sweet person to be around. She says that her journey to discovering herself landed her at ACC, and we are glad it did for we have experienced the joy that she is. Read more from her.
In a world filled with the unknown, often times we become strangers to ourselves. We live with ourselves for as long as we exist yet fail to discover the real us. Consequently, we end up choosing to be reflections of those we are acquainted with because of the fear of knowing the truth about ourselves. However, there comes a moment in our lives where we have to make the choice to start living as the person we were created to be. I have been at that point in life; that wake-up moment when self-discovery knocks, and I had evaluate my life. This is how I ended up at African Christian College (ACC) about three months ago.
Meet Tumelo Melao, a young lady from Lesotho, a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a friend and a former BA Economics student at the National University of Lesotho, who landed at ACC in pursuit of the will of God. I discovered the college through the internet in my long search of a school that could equip me both academically and spiritually. When the school popped up in my browser, I could not believe my eyes. I spent the succeeding weeks trying to learn more about it before I finally decided to apply. Lo and behold, I got accepted for the 2018 intake. As a cherry on top of the cake, I received my acceptance letter on my birthday – talk about a great birthday gift.
Three month down the line, I can safely say that life at ACC has been great. Yes it has only been a few months, but I already feel like I have known all these people for ages. The teachers are awesome, the staff is hospitable, and the students are equally wonderful and quite helpful; they just have a way of making you feel at home. I cannot find anything to complain about, I am only hoping that there will not be any major challenges for the next three years.
My hope is to graduate from ACC not just with the paper, but a new experience that elevated me to another level of spiritual growth. I am excited about the promise the school offers to equip me for excellent service in the kingdom of God. It is thus my aim to walk out of ACC in 2020 with an arsenal of knowledge and skills that will aid me in serving excellently. I also want to be able to go out into the world and equip others for excellent service through sharing the good news about Jesus Christ with them, to the glory of the Father in heaven.