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When God Moves in Unexpected Places

When God Moves in Unexpected Places

This past season, we saw God move mightily at the construction site for Phase II of The Amazima School, where He met 23 men and women from eMi Design* in the mundane and put a desire in them to learn…

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Daring to Hope Book Tour Highlights

Daring to Hope Book Tour Highlights

Daring to Hope, Katie's second book, is an invitation to cling to the God of the impossible—the God who whispers His love to us in the quiet, in the mundane, when our prayers are not answered the way we want or…

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The Sky’s the Limit

The Sky’s the Limit

In the heat of the day, a group of 30 construction workers at The Amazima School volunteer their lunch hour to learn more about baptism. With their hard helmets and dusty work clothes on, they gather with open hearts under…

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A Day in the Life

Every day, you’re helping shape and mold students into the men and women God’s calling them to be through your faithful prayer and giving. Thanks for joining us on our mission to live out the love of Jesus by educating…

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The Amazima School Update: Term II Highlights

The Amazima School Update: Term II Highlights

Thanks for continuing to allow our first class of students at The Amazima School to flourish physically, emotionally, and spiritually! Every day, your generosity is helping to educate and disciple the next generation in Uganda. Enjoy highlights from Term II!…

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Raising Up Servant Leaders

Raising Up Servant Leaders

Mama Wilson is a widow and mother to six children. Like many mothers, Mama Wilson longs to provide for her children and ensure their needs are met. But, also, like many mothers around the world, she struggles to find a…

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A Legacy of Love

A Legacy of Love

“I could not leave my own children. How would our family legacy live on?” In 2010 Alfonsio had a decision to make after his wife died due to complications at childbirth. Would he walk away, or would he commit to…

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When Helping Hurts

When Helping Hurts

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where your desire to help ended up making a bad situation worse? You had good intentions, but your good intentions lacked knowledge, wisdom, and understanding of the full picture. Maybe a specific…

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In Seven Years’ Time

In Seven Years’ Time

Almost two months ago, our first class of students arrived to The Amazima School campus—their home for the next seven years. They moved in, met their teachers, housemates, and house parents for the first time, and attended their first classes…

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