Legacy Christian Academy Student Highlight - Fred's Story

Fred is one of 12 kids in his family. He is currently in 6th grade at Legacy Christian Academy, and his favorite subject is math.

Fred’s Story as told to Legacy Headmaster Solomon Kavuma 

“My name is Fred Seguya. I joined Legacy Christian Academy in 2013. I am currently in 6th grade.

I come from a family of 12 children from my mother, but my father has multiple women and many children as well. My favorite dish is rice and chicken.

Legacy is a special school, and I am blessed to learn there. I am thankful for the materials we use at school, and for all the teachers who are an example of God’s love to me.

I enjoy going to Legacy because we learn about what God says to us in the Bible through the daily Bible lessons. The Bible is a part of all our subjects at Legacy! My best subject is math.

I have come to know God for who He is and what He has done and is still doing. I see His power in Exodus, when the Red Sea was divided to save the Israelites from Pharaoh’s anger. I know how great His love is because He loved us while we were still sinners, and sent His son Jesus to die for us and for our sins. He is our Savior and the Ruler of the world.

At Legacy I have learned how to read the Bible on my own. My favorite book is Proverbs because it is the book of knowledge. My favorite verse is Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with your heart and don’t lean on your own understanding.” My prayer is to know more about God, and not to lean on my own understanding, but have a strong personal relationship with Him.

Covid-19 has affected my studies at Legacy. I would have been in 7th grade by now, but schools were shut down in March last year. I am glad that we are able to be back at Legacy. My friends and I have missed being at school.

Please pray for us, and we will pray for you! We love you!”

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