I finished the book I have been reading by Katie Davis. See a previous post. It has inspired me daily with each reading. I was encouraged to read of her radical love for Jesus and her “doer” spirit. Her story is close to my mind and heart as I walk through my days raising children and trying to be like Jesus.
When shopping for friends and family this season, maybe you’ll consider giving a gift made from Karimojong women in Amazima’s vocational program. Amazima Ministries partners with over 20 Karimojong women in Masese through a vocational program in the making of Ugandan bead jewelry. All profits from the jewelry sales go directly back into the community of Masese to feed hungry children and employ a hard-working woman.
To see a clip about Juliette, one of the 20 hardworking jewelry makers, look below.