Katie Davis had everything an American girl might dream of. She was her high school’s homecoming queen and was elected senior class president. She drove a yellow sports car and was in love with a boyfriend she expected to marry. It was assumed that after graduation, her parents would cover tuition to any college of her choice.
Yet, Katie had always admired Mother Teresa. At 16 she announced she wanted to do missionary work after graduating from high school. A three-week trip to Uganda with her mother led to an offer there to teach kindergarten for a year. She accepted with a promise to go to college when she returned home. However, after a year she didn’t want to leave. In an effort to honor her parents’ wishes, she attended a semester of college, but it wasn’t where she wanted to be. Katie’s heart remained with the needy, sick and starving children of Uganda.
This book is filled with many touching stories. Learn how, at only 22, she gradually became the adoptive mother of fourteen Ugandan babies and girls. She also supports over 200 other children with several meals a day, clothing, baths and education. Each child’s story will move you.
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