Amazima Ministries was founded by 19 year-old Katie Davis in 2008. Katie lives in Uganda and is a mother to 13 daughters. God has moved through her surrendered life to accomplish incredible things to love and help the people of Uganda. I have been reading her blog for a long time now. What a challenging blessing to read her stories. A life surrendered to God can make a difference anywhere. Because He reaches into the hurting, broken world around us and Loves...through ordinary people like…
Meet Nashville's own Katie Davis. Her book Kisses from Katie details how a 2006 church trip to Uganda inspired her to move there, adopt 13 girls, and help create Amazima Ministries, which has matched 600 orphaned and vulnerable children with sponsors and feeds an additional 1,200 each week. She was recently listed as one of Glamour Magazine's 2012 Women of the Year. We're proud of you!
Ruth Bell Graham: “It is a foolish woman who expects her husband to be to her that which only Jesus Christ Himself can be: always ready to forgive, totally understanding, unendingly patient, invariably tender and loving, unfailing in every area, anticipating every need, and making more than adequate provision. Such expectations put a man under an impossible strain”
Amazima Ministries was founded by 19 year-old Katie Davis in 2008. The organization, based out of Brentwood, TN, feeds, educates, and encourages orphaned and vulnerable children and the poor in the country of Uganda. In the Lugandan language, Amazima (uh-mahz-i-muh) means "truth." Amazima desires to reveal the truth of God's unconditional love through Jesus Christ to the Ugandan people.
These wire work trees are everywhere! You can make them for any occasion, but they are especially great for Mother's Day! You can use the tree branch colors to represent your children's birthstones like in this My Little Tree necklace design.