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Katie Davis Majors

Katie Davis Majors

Katie Davis Majors is a regular columnist for Just Between Us. She and her husband, Benji, are the parents of 13 adopted daughters and two sons. In 2008, she started Amazima Ministries International, a non-profit organization to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of the people of Uganda. Additionally, she is the author of Kisses from Katie: A Story of Relentless Love and Redemption which chronicles her amazing call and obedience to God and to Uganda, and Daring to Hope: Finding God's Goodness in the Broken and the Beautiful. Follow Katie’s blog at kissesfromkatie.blogspot.com.


My kitchen is painted yellow for sunshine and joy; and with my prayer " may I be serving them you, Lord”, people have known the Lord in this place. Read more

Hospitality

God’s will is best. Believe it. Stop fighting. Stop holding on so tightly to what you thought you needed for security. Just let go, and trust Him. Read more

Trusting God

Eternity is yes in Christ, and because of His yes we can say yes to all that He gives. Even all that He allows. We can see with new eyes and be prisoners of the hope that is Jesus. Read more

Inspirational Stories

“Behold, I am doing a new thing!” Even when we cannot see or perceive it, God is not done. He is making a way in your wilderness and a stream in the wasteland because you are His chosen. Read more

Spiritual Growth

I serve a Savior who came to be a servant. He lived bent low. And bent down here where I spend myself on behalf of those in front of me, is where I see His face. Read more

Inspirational Stories

Through the pain and the struggle and the moments that just seem so hopeless, we will cling to the hope that God has already won, and He is on the throne! Read more

Relationship with God

Maybe bravery is just looking fear in the face and telling it that it does not win because I have known the Lord here in the long, dark night. Read more

Tough Times

How Katie Davis, an extraordinary young woman, followed her heart to care for vulnerable people living in Uganda and become a modern-day Mother Teresa. Read more

Inspirational Stories