Learn more about Katie Davis Majors and Daring to Hope at https://amazima.org/daringtohope/
Oct 3, 2017 | 224 Pages
Oct 9, 2018 | 240 Pages
Oct 3, 2017 | 240 Pages
New York Times bestseller
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“Katie Davis Majors is a voice for this generation, calling us all to a wild faith. She walks that sweet line between life and death, hope and despair, asking for a miracle and preparing yourself for the worst. She invites us into her story and pushes us to the edge, challenging us to dare to hope no matter what life throws at us.”
—Jefferson Bethke, author of Jesus>Religion and It’s Not What You Think
“Every page of this book is a piece of Katie’s heart. It’s one thing to say we believe God is good. It’s another thing to wrestle with Him in the trenches and come out assured on the other side.”
—Korie Robertson, New York Times best-selling author and star of A&E’s Duck Dynasty
“I’ve followed Katie’s story for years, and just when I thought it couldn’t get any more powerful, the Lord proved me wrong. As I read these words, I felt like I was in the pages with her, watching God unfold this amazing new season of her life. Her words and heart for Jesus will stay with me forever, and I’m honored to be on the sidelines cheering for all the chapters to come.”
—Angie Smith, speaker, blogger, and author of Seamless
“Once again my friend Katie has painted a beautiful picture of what it looks like to lead with love. You’re going to love this book.”
—Bob Goff, New York Times best-selling author of Love Does
“These are the inspirational words of a woman so connected to the heart of her Savior, she is willing to risk anything, regardless of the outcome, to make His name known. I have grown so much from her wisdom and bold example.”
—Jennie Allen, founder and visionary of IF:Gathering and author of Nothing to Prove
224 pages | Published by Multnomah
On Sale Date: Oct 3, 2017
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Carton Quantity: 12
Daring to Hope is the second book from Katie Davis Majors. Her first book was Kisses from Katie. I listened to her first book as an audio book. It was so good. Kisses from Katie is basically her story or moving to Uganda and following God's calling for her. If you haven't read that book then I would recommend it. It isn't necessary to read it before reading Daring to Hope, but it will give you more of an understanding of her story and how she...
Daring to Hope by Katie Davis Majors is an inspiring story of faith, love, and hope. The way Katie writes is so moving, so touching that it was hard to put the book itself down. I cried more than once reading about her beautiful life with the men, women, and children of Uganda. Her story is that of trusting God, even when it seems the hardest. I really have no words to describe the welling in my heart right now as I write this review about...
In Daring to Hope, Katie tells about things that happen in her life and ministry in Uganda that show God's greatness during those times where god wasn't there when she needed him. In Daring to Hope, Katie continuously questions herself with the question, "What happens when God doesn't arrive in the way that you wanted Him to?" As she continues to question, Katie tells stories that seem hopeless. Most of the time, they involve death and...
What I loved most about this book was the richness in detail, which was present from the first paragraph. I could feel that the woman through whom we were seeing the world was deeply passionate and observant, and had a considerate heart. These were wonderful lenses to see the world through as she took us through her memories and the sentimental value of her home. Noting her disposition and the lessons she learned in her life, and her reliance...
Daring to Hope: Finding God's Goodness in the Broken and the Beautiful by Katie Davis Majors is a touching, heartfelt recollection of Katie's struggle to trust God in the dark times of life. She writes,"Reality would shatter my optimism, but I would realize that it was only a cheap substitute for true hope anyway. The Lord would take the darkness and make it my secret place, the place where I knew Him more intimately and deeply than I had...