Bridgette Viglieno turns her broken life around after meeting Christ

Ms Bridgette Viglieno changed when she experienced Christ’s love.

 Ms Bridgette Viglieno moved to Secunda three years ago as a broken and confused woman.

Life treated her hard and wrong choices made everything worse.

Ms Viglieno’s story is one of hope and inspiration to others struggling with the same issues.

She grew up in Gauteng as one of five children and has a twin brother.

“I cannot remember most of my childhood, but I know my parents got divorced when I was very young,” said Ms Viglieno.

Her mother worked two jobs and was not around much.

“I remember getting into trouble a lot and  I felt rejected as a child.”

Ms Viglieno was bullied at school and was a loner most of the time.

“I began to withdraw by the time I was in Grade 5.”

Her mother’s friend was into New Age and taught her mother and brother how to read aura’s and and Tarrot cards, but Ms Viglieno was afraid of those things and ran away.

She and her mother’s husband argued a lot and he kicked her out of the house.

“I worked two jobs when I was 16 and in high school. I moved into a flat and drank my life away.”

Then she found Christ.

Read her complete story in the Ridge Times newspaper on our website here.


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Jana Oosthuizen

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