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Heart of Amazima: Meet Gorret

Her name is Gorret, and she is a student in our Scholarship Program. Around here, she is known for her kindness. She is kind to her friends, her siblings, and to her aunt and uncle who took her in at…

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His Great Love

As you may already know, Saturdays are big days around here. We gather on Saturdays to worship, have bible study, eat, and play games with all of the children (about 700) in our Scholarship Program. A couple of Saturdays ago,…

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A Taste of Uganda

Posho (also known as ugali in other parts of Africa) is a staple food in Uganda, and is eaten by Amazima’s staff and fed to the children we serve during the week. Posho is a mixture of maize flour (cornmeal)…

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Heart of Amazima: Meet Makayi

Makayi is 15 years old and is an avid soccer fan. While he can’t go watch live soccer matches at the stadium, he does listen to games on the radio. Aside from sports, Makayi is very strong in academics. In…

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Ready, Set, Term 1

Well, holiday is over and school is back in full swing! The first of three terms began just a couple of weeks ago and we had so much fun, as always, passing out school supplies. When we pass out supplies,…

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Not Your Average Holiday

A few weeks ago, 40 students and 12 mentors from our Scholarship Program set out on a journey. They traveled to a house that was falling apart. In this home, two guardians care for eight children. The team came ready…

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A Place to Dream (Our New Playground)

Our old playground was treasured, but over time it suffered damage from the harsh Ugandan sun, thousands of little sand covered feet, and hungry termites. A few months ago we set out on the journey of building a new playground…

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Heart of Amazima: Meet Joseph

Nsubunga Joseph comes from a large family and is always full of joy and life. He loves to sing and dance and he has even danced at several school competitions. He also loves playing the drums during worship at Amazima’s…

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An Amazima Christmas

The holidays are special. They’re a time to celebrate, to thank God, to meditate on His faithfulness and all He’s done for us. Without Christ, we would be nothing – Amazima would not exist. We want to do everything we…

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Dance Our Way to Christmas

Every year, we celebrate Christmas on our land in Buziika with the children in our Scholarship Program and their guardians. This past Saturday, 1,200-1,600 children and guardians came to do just that… celebrate. In Uganda, dance is almost always present…

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Katie Davis on the Radio

On Katie’s last trip to the states, she had the chance to sit down with Family Life Radio hosts Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine. Listen to Katie share some great stories AND lay out the vision of The Amazima School during…

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Katie on Family Life

On Katie’s last trip to the states, she had the chance to sit down with Family Life Radio hosts Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine for a three-part interview. Listen to Katie tell some great stories over a three-day interview AND…

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