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It’s a big month for the children of Amazima! Holiday break will come to an end soon and students are counting down the days with excitement. While many around the world look forward to school breaks, most of the children in our sponsorship outreach don’t. They’re hungry for knowledge and are humbled by the opportunity to receive an education. For them, learning is not a burden or simply a part of growing up… it’s a gift. What if we all viewed education like that?
Knowing how much the children love school work, some of our mentors put together packets of educational worksheets for students to go through over break. Their response? Sheer excitement!Read the Whole Story
We’re five months out from opening the doors at The Amazima School! We believe the most important thing we can do right now is pray. Will you watch this quick video and join us? Here are a few prayer points for each building:
Two years ago, the Rupp family said goodbye to their 18-year-old daughter, Hannah, who unexpectedly went home to Heaven. If you were to walk around their house today, you would see scriptures written out on little sheets of paper next to family pictures all over the house.
“These reminders are how we make it through everyday.”
People who knew her say there was always something different about Hannah. Even at a young age her passion inspired many. Hannah was deeply impacted by Kisses From Katie, and had every intention to give her life away to teaching children, missions, and the gospel.Read the Whole Story
Our friends at The Archibald project recently interviewed Katie and Benji Majors, Amazima’s founder and her husband. In this podcast they talk marriage and family, and share some invaluable lessons they’ve learned while ministering in Uganda.
The Archibald Project is an orphan care advocacy organization. They use media to tell stories. Their stories advocate for orphans, educate on orphan care, build community and inspire people into action. Because of The Archibald Project fewer children are called orphan.Read the Whole Story
Early next year, The Amazima School will open its doors to nearly 100 students and over 15 staff members. We need you to help Amazima make campus housing feel like home for students, house parents, and staff who will live onsite at The Amazima School! We’ve got a long list of low-cost items we need to furnish multiple units—will you consider purchasing an item from our registry?Read the Whole Story