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    PDF FREE [Kisses from Katie] We moved to Brentwood Tennessee in January 2006 My youngest daughter Caroline was a junior in high school You can imagine how nervous we were

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    Read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Katie Davis PDF FREE [Kisses from Katie] Katie Davis Æ 6 Summary Enough has been said to praise this book and what Katie Davis has accomplished is deserving of praise But this book is severely lacking in cultural awareness or sensitivity Instead of showing herself completely immersed in Ugandan culture Katie instead uses the gospel to provide a universal truth that everyone engages in Herein lies the probl

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    characters Kisses from Katie PDF FREE [Kisses from Katie] I originally gave the audio of this book 1 star I didn't like it I found that difficult to do due to really wanting to like

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    PDF FREE [Kisses from Katie] This is a very strange book First the comparisons of a 22 year old to Mother Theresa the galley I had referred to Greg Mortenson on the back too but I'm guessing they'll take that off kind of put me off to begin with Second the hysterical tone of the religious language and the patronizing attitude toward the Ugandans sh

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    PDF FREE [Kisses from Katie] She’s twenty two years old raising fourteen little girls in a dot on a map called Uganda How did Katie Davis high school student from Nashville Tennessee end up mothering children in East Africa? In her own words “ Jesus wrecke

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    PDF FREE [Kisses from Katie] Katie Davis Æ 6 Summary About this book “What would cause an eighteen year old old senior class president and homecoming ueen from Nashville Tennessee to disobey and disappoint her parents by forgoing college break her little brother’s heart lose all but a handful of her friends because the rest of them think she has gone off the deep end and break up with the love of her life all so she could move to Uganda where she knew only one person but didn

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    PDF FREE [Kisses from Katie] Read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Katie Davis Whoa So this book ended up being not uite what I expected and yet exactly what I needed I went in expecting a touching story about a young beautiful Christian girl who goes to Africa and cares for some children there What I got was an honest

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    PDF FREE [Kisses from Katie] Katie Davis Æ 6 Summary characters Kisses from Katie If I could give this book stars I would I was so inspired by Katie Davis's story of her work in Uganda with orphans She reminds me of a modern day Mother Theresa Her heart to live out the Love of Christ has really touched my heart I highly recommend this book

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    PDF FREE [Kisses from Katie] I get why this book is so popular Katie has a great heart and God is using her It's inspiring ButRead it while simultaneously reading it while reading 'when helping hurts'probably gave me a little bit of 'ugh'BTW READ WHEN HELPING HU

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    PDF FREE [Kisses from Katie] Katie Davis was an 18 year old senior class president and a homecoming ueen living in Nashville Tennessee when she decided she wanted to become a missionary and put her plans for college and pleasing her parents on hold She left over Christmas break during her senior year and headed to Uganda What was supposed to be a short term mission turned into a life long passion for this young lady who once admitted to wanting to be Mother Theresa

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  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • Kisses from Katie
  • Katie Davis
  • English
  • 12 February 2019
  • 9781451612066

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Summary ↠ Kisses from Katie 106 Year provides schooling school supplies three hot meals a day minor medical care and spiritual encouragement Katie expected to have forty children in the program; she had signed up 150 by January 2008; today it sponsors over 400 Another aspect of the ministry is a feeding program created for the displaced Karamojong people Uganda's poorest citizens The program feeds lunch to over 1200 children Monday Friday and sends them home with a plate for food; it also offers basic medical care Bible study and general health trainingKatie Davis now 21 is than fascinating she's inspiring as she has wholeheartedly answered the call to serve. If I could give this book stars I would I was so inspired by Katie Davis s story of her work in Uganda with orphans She reminds me of a modern day Mother Theresa Her heart to live out the Love of Christ has really touched my heart I highly recommend this book

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Summary ↠ Kisses from Katie 106 What would cause an eighteen year old old senior class president and homecoming ueen from Nashville Tennessee to disobey and disappoint her parents by forgoing college break her little brother’s heart lose all but a handful of her friends because the rest of them think she has gone off the deep end and break up with the love of her life all so she could move to Uganda where she knew only one person but didn’t know any of the language A passion to make a difference Katie Davis left over Christmas break her senior year for a short mission trip to Uganda and her life was turned completely inside out She found herself so moved. Enough has been said to praise this book and what Katie Davis has accomplished is deserving of praise But this book is severely lacking in cultural awareness or sensitivity Instead of showing herself completely immersed in Ugandan culture Katie instead uses the gospel to provide a universal truth that everyone engages in Herein lies the problem what Ugandan culture that is displayed is often negative African people s time the tendency of step mothers to neglect their children the habit of her children though this is portrayed affectionately to play with trash It s only through the discovery of Jesus that the Ugandan people are able to be truly fulfilled or achieve some worth Add in the constant repetition of the colored skin difference Katie s children are not just her children but they re her brown chocolate colored children who disappear into the night save for their teeth We get it she s in Africa she s the only white person there why does it bear repeating that all her children are brown Why must we continue to read descriptions about their brown features Though Katie Davis service in Uganda is much needed her savior complex evidenced in the last scene in the book where one of her children is claimed by the biological mother and the long winded diatribe that Katie goes on about how the world is unfair and that unfair things happen to good people her because an African mother claiming her child is a bad thingmakes it almost dangerous Katie Davis would benefit from reading from educating herself on colonialism and from stopping and thinking if going in as the all benevolent white savior is a positive influence on a country that has a history of being pillaged and undergoing social upheaval because of the benevolent European colonizers is positive in the long term for Uganda The book was not terrible and if you want to read about why it was good stop and read some of the other reviews It was often misguided and presented a narrow world viewpoint

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Summary ↠ Kisses from Katie 106 So broken by the people and the children of Uganda that she knew her calling was to return and care for them Her story is like Mother Teresa’s in that she has given up everything at such a young age to care for the less fortunate of this world Katie a charismatic and articulate young woman has gone on to adopt 14 children during her time in Uganda and she completely trusts God for daily provision for her and her family which includes children with special needs To further her reach into the needs of Ugandans Katie established Amazima Ministries The ministry matches orphaned children with sponors worldwide Each sponsor's 300. About this book What would cause an eighteen year old old senior class president and homecoming ueen from Nashville Tennessee to disobey and disappoint her parents by forgoing college break her little brother s heart lose all but a handful of her friends because the rest of them think she has gone off the deep end and break up with the love of her life all so she could move to Uganda where she knew only one person but didn t know any of the language A passion to make a difference Katie Davis left over Christmas break her senior year for a short mission trip to Uganda and her life was turned completely inside out She found herself so moved so broken by the people and the children of Uganda that she knew her calling was to return and care for them Her story is like Mother Teresa s in that she has given up everything at such a young age to care for the less fortunate of this world Katie a charismatic and articulate young woman has gone on to adopt 14 children during her time in Uganda and she completely trusts God for daily provision for her and her family which includes children with special needs To further her reach into the needs of Ugandans Katie established Amazima Ministries The ministry matches orphaned children with sponsors worldwide Each sponsor s 300year provides schooling school supplies three hot meals a day minor medical care and spiritual encouragement Katie expected to have forty children in the program she had signed up 150 by January 2008 today it sponsors over 400 Another aspect of the ministry is a feeding program created for the displaced Karamojong people Uganda s poorest citizens The program feeds lunch to over 1200 children Monday Friday and sends them home with a plate for food it also offers basic medical care Bible study and general health training Series There is a seuel titled Daring to Hope review of that book Here Spiritual Content All about God Jesus Katie s faith and her love for Jesus witnessing praying God s grace His will Him leading her Tons of Scriptures are read uoted mentioned talked about referenced Many prayers Tons of Talks about God Jesus praying faiths H s are capital when referring to God All about mentions of God trusting Him His will praying witnessing Many mentions of God following His will Many mentions of Bibles Bible reading and studying Many mentions of talks about those events from the Bible Many mentions of prayers praying answered prayers Many mentions of Christians faiths love for the Lord Many mentions of blessings being blessed Mentions of thanking praising worshiping God Mentions of churches church going services pastors Mentions of Sunday School classes Bible studies Mentions of Jesus birth the nativity Christmas Mentions of Heaven Mentions of mission work missionaries Mentions of miracles A few mentions of sins Note A few mentions of religions A few mentions of the devil a witch doctor A mention of a weekend that felt like hell Negative Content Minor cussing including a duh a shut up and two forms of stupid Many mentions of diseases illnesses starvationmalnutrition wounds bloodbleeding pain deaths up to semi detailed Mentions of wars fighting killing deaths Mentions of abusive parental figures being punished wrongly Mentions of fathers leaving their families Mentions of insects that cause diseases Mentions of homemade alcohol drinking drunks alcoholics Mentions of throwing up vomit Mentions of sewage waste smells barely above not detailed A few mentions of children abducted and sold child slaves A few mentions of a man who killed his stepson and sold a body part to a witch doctor A few mentions of prisons killing in the Bible A few mentions of accidents injuries A few mentions of lies A couple mentions of drug addicts A couple mentions of gossip A mention of a murderer from the BibleSexual Content Mentions of dating dates boys boyfriends A couple mentions of rebels raping women and children no details A couple mentions of how some men looked at spoke to Katie Note Mentions of prostitution prostitutes a woman selling her body A mention of Sarah having her servant sleep with Sarah s husband in the Bible A mention of a need for basic education in matters of hygiene and sexual behavior in Uganda Katie Davis POV switches between them 280 pagesPre Teens One StarNew Teens Two StarsEarly High School Teens Three Stars and a halfOlder High School Teens Four Stars and a halfMy personal Rating Five StarsAdd to a full star for those interested in caring for orphansI love this book Y all I love this book Let me back up I first read this book when I was fourteen It was a library book and as I m flying through reading these pages on my parent s bed I kept thinking I don t want to give this book back I don t want to I even asked my mom if it was possible for me to buy this copy from the library Because I did not want to give this book back to the library Her answer was of course no and let s just go buy my own copyEven since I first read this book Katie Davis has been a role model for me I ve talked about how much I love this book in a few of my YouTube videos but not in the sense of when I was a new teenager a certain Asian country was on my heart Reading about Katie s experiences of being away from the country her heart was in had me yelling She gets it She knows what I m feeling I know what she s feeling At that time I hadn t yet been to my country though so looking back it wasn t uite the same Rereading this book in preparation of her newest release Daring to Hope which was already been reviewed Here had me recalling all those emotions of reading about Katie her growing family their incredible faiths This time though I had my own copy to underline the majority of the book Link to reviewBFCG may Read the review to see recommend this book by this author It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author