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On Monday, December 28, both Amazima’s Facebook page and Katie Davis’s Facebook page were maliciously hacked. Until this morning, we were not able to access our pages as a result. After many long hours, our case was submitted to Facebook’s legal team, and our pages were restored shortly after. We truly thank God for resolving this issue, and will continue to monitor our pages and all of Amazima’s systems. As a precautionary, we will wait until early next week to give an official all-clear for our Facebook pages. Additionally, please note that this hack was isolated to Facebook, and no other systems connected to Amazima were effected.Read the Whole Story
We look forward to our Christmas celebration with the children and families in Amazima’s Sponsorship Outreach every year! The day is full of festivities, and gives us all a chance to enjoy each other, give honor where honor is due, and most of all, celebrate our Lord and Savior. We sing, we dance, and we remember. We remember the birth of Christ, and what His life, death, and resurrection mean for the world today.Read the Whole Story
Did you know your partnership has allowed just over 60 Ugandans to join Amazima’s staff over the years? We believe hiring locally promotes substantiality, and ultimately allows Amazima’s work and ministry to be more effective. We sat down with one of our mentors recently, and what he had to say will inspire you.
His name is Haba, and he invests so much more than 8-hour workdays into the children of Amazima’s sponsorship program, and also other children in surrounding communities.Read the Whole Story
We’ve had the privilege of investing in Innocent and his sister for six years now. Innocent is hardworking, disciplined, and determined to excel in his classes. Because he’s been blessed with an education, his goal is to have a career someday that allows him to bless others. Whether it’s through being a doctor or a lawyer, he has a heart to show people the kindness that’s been shown to him.
Because of Amazima’s sponsors, Innocent is able to attend a quality school, pursue a career that will empower others in Uganda, and hear about the love of Christ. To partner with Amazima in educating and empowering the youth of Uganda, click here.Read the Whole Story
Whether overseas or in our own backyards, we’re all called to be missionaries. We hope these quotes encourage, inspire, and compel you on towards the mission God has given you for the advancement of His gospel, His kingdom, and His glory.
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