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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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Heart of Amazima: Meet Gilbert

Gilbert lives with his parents, siblings, and cousins in a village called Bukaya. He is inquisitive, always asking one question after another. When he comes home from school, he is full of stories and loves sharing what he learned that…

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The Joy of Empowering

A little over a month ago, we hosted a Farming God’s Way field day at our farm in Buziika. We had an amazing time with a little over 150 visitors, some of which drove 8-9 hours to come be with…

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HIV-Positive and Full of Life // Anna’s Story

There’s a lot of bad stigma associated with HIV in Uganda, Africa, and around the world. Some believe people contract the disease through witchcraft, some believe only prostitutes can contract it, and some believe HIVis a death sentence. Though these…

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Heart of Amazima: Meet Betty

If you met Betty, you might consider her to be timid and shy, but after spending time with her, you’d soon change your mind. While Betty can be shy at first, she actually is quite talkative once she gets to…

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Triple the Love

As their mother diligently cleans the compound and keeps the nurse’s office spic and span, these three little cuties are never far out of site. They love to come sneaking into the nurse’s office to great our Musauo (nurse), and…

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Keep On Knocking

His smile slowly spreads across his face as he follows you around incessantly. His name is Sempala and he is definitely what we could refer to as “an old soul”. At the age of 4, Sempala decided he needed to…

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What I Didn’t Know About Being a Mom

Someone asked me offhandedly the other day what I hadn’t known about being a mother before I became one. I think I was expected to give a one or two sentence answer, something along the lines of “I didn’t realize…

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There’s No “I” In Team

If it were possible, we would feature each and every person who partners with us through prayer and finances on our blog, but the list would be too long. We have been blessed beyond measure with support from all of…

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