edited by Abigail Morgan

CLEVELAND, Ga., (TMNews) –Priscilla Badu, a Truett-McConnell freshman from Ghana, Africa, shared in a recent interview with TMNews that she chose to attend TMC because the emphasis they place on Biblical truth.

Abigail Morgan, a staff writer for TMC, said Badu carries a joyful demeanor and is constantly making her friends laugh: “She loves to share about her life experiences while living in Ghana and it’s evident that she loves Jesus because it shows in everything that she does.”

Badu is majoring in nursing and the following information came from Abigail’s interview:

Life at TMC

Q: What has been the best thing about attending TMC so far?
A: The food, the people, and the Christian life.

Q: What was the most fun part about Freshman Orientation?
A: Freshman showcase!

Q: Is there anything in particular that drew you to Truett-McConnell College?
A: The small school setting and the biblical background.

Q: What is the best part about dorm life?
A: Having great people down the hall from me!

Q: What is the worst part about dorm life?
A: Paying for laundry.

Your Journey with Christ

Q: Who is Jesus to you?
A: My everything.

Q: Can you tell me a little about how you came to know Jesus Christ?
A: Well I was a Christian when I came to Truett, but I have become much more convicted about my faith and want to learn and know him more now.

Q: Is there anything specific God is teaching you right now?
A: How to reach out to people and be a witness.

Fun Facts

Q: What do you miss most about home?
A: Nothing. I love it here.

Q: Who is one of your hero’s and why?
A: Jesus, because he laid down his life for me.

Q: What do you hope to do after college?
A: I would like to work, get married, and move back to Africa.


Q: Food?
A: Fufu with peanut soup. (Which is fantastic African meal)

Q: Hobby?
A: Watching African movies and dancing to African music!

Q: Bible Verse?
A: “Put on the full armor of God so that you can stand against the tactics of the Devil. For our battle is not against flesh and blood but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the world powers of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavens.” -Ephesians 6:11-12


Abigail Morgan is a freshman music major and a student writer for Truett-McConnell.

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