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Sister Interview: Katie Davis Majors

Katie Davis Majors did an extraordinary thing as a young adult. Right after high school she moved from Nashville to Uganda and eventually adopted thirteen girls. Her story was chronicled in the New York Times Best Seller Kisses From Katie. But much has happened in her life since that book came out. She’s gotten married, had a son, and the ministry she started to support Ugandan children and families has grown. But she has also experienced great loss. In this interview we pick up where Kisses From Katie left off.

In this interview we hear about Katie’s life today, how God has shown her to trust him despite prayers not being answered in the way she’d wanted, and what it’s like to get close to someone after loss. We learn about the ministry she started when she first moved to Uganda, and how it has grown over the years. You won’t want to miss this episode with an amazing woman who does radical things with a humble obedience because she hears God’s call.

In a culture of comfort it’s important for us to hear voices like Katie’s. We may not be called to go to the other side of the world or to adopt a number of children, but we are called to a humble obedience. Katie’s story is full of next steps, hard things that she tackled in order to be a world changer right where she is. She didn’t begin her journey to Uganda at 18 knowing her life would look like it does today, she simply took that next step.

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A few things you heard about on the episode:

Amazima’s scholarship program

Katie’s first book, Kisses From Katie: A Story of Relentless Love and Redemption

Katie’s new book, Daring to Hope: Finding God’s Goodness in the Broken and the Beautiful


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