Kisses from Katie

It’s time for another book giveaway! Taylor and I just started reading Kisses from KatieA Story of Relentless Love and Redemption by Katie Davis with Beth Clark. It is so inspirational! Here is what people are saying about this book:

“When you think of what one young woman can accomplish by simply being open to God’s call no matter the cost, you begin to ask questions like, Am I really open to God’s will for my life? Through Katie’s life, we’re reminded how God can use ordinary people to do extraordinary things for Him. We simply need to be willing to be used.” Rich Stearns, president of World Vision U.S. and author of The Hole in our Gospel
“Scripture is filled with remarkable stories of children being used by God to accomplish His purposes here on earth.Kisses from Katie is another wonderful reminder that ‘big’ things for the kingdom do not come from age or experience, but as an overflow of a deeper love within. I highly encourage you to read this captivating account of obedience to God’s call, and I challenge you to consider what you are doing to ‘care for the least of these.’” —Dr. Wess Stafford, President and CEO, Compassion International
I am so excited to give this book to one of my readers! To enter this drawing, please go to and “Like” Amazima Ministries, then come back here to the blog and tell me by leaving a comment below.Kisses From KatieFor a second chance to win this book please answer the question: How do you care “for the least of these?” by leaving a comment below.
Remember: If you are reading this on Facebook, in order to be eligible for the drawing, you must come here, to my blog, to leave the comment. Comments left on Facebook will not be entered in the drawing.
This drawing ends Wednesday, April 18th at midnight, Pacific Standard Time.


  1. I love reading Katie’s blog. Such an inspiration. I find that my care for the poor is generally in the form of giving to various ministries that reach out to the poor: IJM, Caritas, etc. One of the things I was convicted about years ago was that I need to acknowledge the people I meet as being people who are worthy of my time and grace. I try to always smile, nod, and/or say hello when I meet someone begging or selling papers (something they do in Vienna for money.) I can’t imagine how painful it would be to have others walk by you all day pretending that you don’t exist.

  2. I like Amazima on FB. 🙂

  3. I liked Amazima 🙂 i read her blog and would love to read her book too, what an inspiration her life is. As far as how I care for the least of these, I asked my sweet five year old how we can care for those around us and his answer was so touching.”Give hugs, pray for them, sing them songs, make muffins, kiss them when they are sick, read them books and be their friend if they don’t have any”. From the mouths of babes 🙂