1. How did you first get involved with Friendship Presbyterian? I am from the Kingdom of Eswatini [a.k.a., Swaziland], pursuing an MSc in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at National Taipei University of Technology. A colleague, Sakhile Dlamini, referred me to FPC because he was a regular attendee at the time. I attended Sunday services, and later on I joined G2C and Bible study by John.
2. What do you do Monday through Saturday? School work!
3. What is something people might be surprised to know about you? I am allergic to seafood, and my friends say I'm missing out on most of the Taiwanese cuisine. Ha-ha-ha!
4. What do you find most challenging about being a Christian today? There are lots of false prophets nowadays who are all out with different interpretations of the gospel. As Christians we need to know the one true God and follow Him in order to survive. We also need the Holy Spirit to guide us in the Christian walk (John 16:13).
5. What is one of your favorite books of the Bible? The Gospel of John. To me, it is the basis of the gospel, and God's plan for our redemption through Jesus Christ. In John 15, Jesus Christ is proclaimed as the true vine. Jesus Christ encouraged us to remain in Him. The high priestly prayer in John 17 reveals that, in this world, we will go through tough times, but we need to hold on because Jesus Christ prayed for us.