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23-Yr-Old Adopts 13 Daughters BEFORE Getting Married, Then Introduces Them to New “Dad”

That understanding of unconditional love would one day influence Katie not just as a mother, but also a wife.

Enter: Benji Majors.

Katie Davis Majors

The two grew up in the same town of Franklin, Tennessee, but only met for the first time when Majors arrived in Uganda to serve as a missionary.

“We shared a hometown with only a few hilltops to keep our adolescent lives from ever intersecting,” Katie writes on her blog.

“My husband’s love is just another way God has chosen to pour [out] His extravagant love on me, another constant reminder that He rejoices over me, and over each one of our daughters. I watch them come alive under the loving gaze of their new father, I hear the delight and the certainty in their voices as they call ‘Dad.’”

When the couple tied the knot in 2015, Katie didn’t have sisters or friends beside her as her bridesmaids, but 13 beautiful daughters who continue to be living proof of God’s faithfulness, redemption and love.

Katie Davis Majors

Katie says just because she lives in Uganda and shares the love of Jesus with people she meets doesn’t mean she’s a “missionary” more than anyone else.

“I live in Uganda with my husband and my children. The people here, they are my neighbors, my friends, my family. These are the streets on which we live, the community we pray with, the friends we eat with, the people I wave to on the street. This is my home. What I do here, you can do there, right where you are.”

Amazima Ministries is just one of the many ways you can join the movement and empower a generation of children with education and Jesus Christ.

But like Katie says, you don’t have to be in Uganda to be a missionary. You don’t have to adopt 13 children to be the hands and feet of Jesus.

You can simply do something to share the love of God with those around you. Be a good neighbor, meet someone new, face each day with the joy of the Lord, and be filled with the spirit to bless those around you. “Right where you are.”

Be sure to check out Katie’s book, “Daring to Hope: Finding God’s Goodness in the Broken and the Beautiful,” available now! And learn more about Katie’s incredible ministry at Amazima.org.

Bri Lamm
Bri Lamm
Bri is an outgoing introvert with a heart that beats for adventure. She lives to serve the Lord, experience the world, and eat macaroni and cheese in between capturing life’s greatest moments on one of her favorite cameras.

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