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Glamour Magazine: Women of the Year 2012 Reader’s Choice Award Winner: Katie Davis

Glamour Magazine: Women of the Year 2012 Reader’s Choice Award Winner: Katie Davis November 12, 2012 At 19, Davis was so inspired by a trip to an orphanage in Uganda that she dropped a bombshell on her Brentwood, Tennessee, family:…

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Christianity Today: Q & A: Katie Davis on Raising a Dozen Children at 22

Christianity Today: Q & A: Katie Davis on Raising a Dozen Children at 22 October 25, 2011 What started as a one-year trip to Uganda eventually led Katie Davis to single motherhood, taking 13 foster daughters into her home. The…

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Singing in Masese

Singing in Masese

As all the children begin trickling into the clearing where Masese school is located, you can see them carrying plates, cups, bowls, eagerly awaiting their heaping bowl of beans and posho to be served piping hot from the kitchen. There…

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Meet Desire

Meet Desire

Desire is 8 years old and has dreams of becoming a nurse one day. When she is at school, she works hard and is always positive. This past year she performed 2nd in her class! If she’s not at school,…

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Lillian’s Story

Lillian’s Story

Lillian is one of the original members of the Amazima Beading Circle in Masese. She is married and is the mother of four children. Her smile lights up a room. She has a tender heart and loves those around her.…

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Miracle in Masese

Miracle in Masese

Things can change in an instant. Accidents happen all the time, forever altering the course of one’s future without much warning. Where most of us come from, an accident may warrant a trip to the emergency room or doctor’s office,…

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Anne Mary’s Story

Anne Mary’s Story

Anne Mary has a sweet and nurturing soul. She always greets people with a wide smile, asks them how they are doing and listens genuinely to the answers. She has a cackle for a laugh, making it impossible for those…

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Announcing The Amazima School: Dream with us

Download The Amazima School brochure by clicking HERE! We are thrilled to announce an exciting new initiative for Amazima Ministries! Building The Amazima School is a big project, but we serve a big God! Since Amazima’s founding in 2008, we…

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Big Yields

Big Yields

In Uganda, about 75% of the population is engaged in some type of agriculture. For many, it is the sole income for their family and their only source of food. One can imagine the anxiety that comes with waiting to…

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Day of an African Child

Day of an African Child

Today, all of Uganda pauses to reflect on their greatest strength. Today is the Day of the African Child. This year the focus was placed on the importance for all children to receive a quality education. Mentor Annet wrote a…

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Sweeping For Support

Sweeping For Support

During our HIV and AIDS support groups, we focus on “living positively.” Living positively is acknowledging that while you may have HIV, you still have the right to live a full and productive life. We encourage group members to maintain…

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Back to School

Back to School

We are sure you know the drill by now…everyone lines up to collect their school supplies and then heads on over for a full term of education! We would love your prayers and thoughts to be with all of these…

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