Amazima is a ministry dedicated to living out the love of Jesus by educating and empowering the people of Uganda and the communities in which they serve. Founded in 2008 by Katie Davis Majors, author of Kisses from Katie, Amazima offers hope and life to those who need it most.

In addition to providing education and meals for hundreds of area children, Amazima also provides vocational instruction for adults. The women's beading circle has allowed 31 women to rewrite their stories, and the farming project has provided both sustenance and a means of income for local families.

Every single outreach of Amazima Ministries, whether education sponsorship, feeding the hungry, vocational outreach, or medical care, is accompanied with Biblical teaching and spiritual encouragement in the sharing of joyous life in Christ. Find out more about Amazima and how you can get involved at amazima.org.

Truly, Amazima is sharing the gospel of Christ in the most tangible of ways with people in Uganda, and you get to help! How? Ten percent of LAJ shop profits go to support Amazima Ministries. Why? Because I believe in what they're doing, and I want to be a part of it.

This is one small way for me to help change lives all the way across the world, and I couldn't do it without you! Rest assured that when you purchase products from Leslie Ann Jones Ministries, you're making a difference for people in Uganda too. So thanks! Let's do this.

Amazima Ministries is a 501(c)3 organization that is ECFA accredited.

Leslie Ann Jones has partnered with Amazima Ministries to give Ugandans a better life. A portion of every purchase helps provide the peple of Jinga, Uganda with food, clothing, education, medical care, and spiritual nurture.
Leslie Ann Jones has partnered with Amazima Ministries to give Ugandans a better life. A portion of every purchase helps provide the peple of Jinga, Uganda with food, clothing, education, medical care, and spiritual nurture.
Leslie Ann Jones has partnered with Amazima Ministries to give Ugandans a better life. A portion of every purchase helps provide the peple of Jinga, Uganda with food, clothing, education, medical care, and spiritual nurture.