Kisses from Katie
Katie Davis could have carved out a career and established a solid social life, until God radically stepped in.
BY: Corine Gatti
Davis came to the states to share her testimony and to promote her book, Kisses from Katie, with two of her little girls, Patricia, age 3, and Grace, 5. Her 11 children remained in Jinja. Beliefnet met Patricia; a precocious girl, hugging on her grandpa in the green room of the Christian Broadcast Network. Her younger sister Grace was in Nashville receiving surgery on her heel to improve her walking.
Davis wrote this entry on her Kisses from Katie blog before the media frenzy. It encourages believers to refocus on living for God and his kingdom, regardless of the pressures:
“The book releases in October. I know what this means: more eyes on us. I struggle with the thought of it. All I want is more eyes on Him. I am just a broken mess, grabbing for His feet, reaching out to touch His cloak, thankful for His mercy that washes over me. I am just a little girl, relieved to crawl into His lap and curl up there.”
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