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Daring to Hope: Finding God's Goodness in the Broken and the Beautiful Hardcover – October 3, 2017
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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
About the Author
Katie Davis Majors moved to Uganda over a decade ago with no idea that this would be the place that God chose to build her home and her family. Today, she is a wife to Benji and mom to her fourteen favorite people. Katie and her family invest their lives in empowering the people of Uganda with education, medical care, and spiritual discipleship. She is also the founder of Amazima Ministries, an organization that cares for vulnerable children and families in Uganda and the author of the New York Times bestseller Kisses from Katie.
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If you've ever felt broken or questioned God's goodness in the midst of suffering and pain - you need to read this. It will encourage you and build your faith as it reveals truths from God's word. This isn't your Sunday, prosperity, best-life-now shallow faith. This is gritty, messy, fire-tested, deep faith that endures.
“In our pain, He is near.
During sleepless nights and the death of friends and the breaking of families, Christ is all that remains constant and He is the only one who is sufficient. He holds my hands. He cups my face. He is near and He whispers of a day when the pain is gone and I can fall on my face and worship Him forever.”
In her new book, Daring to Hope, Katie shares her continuing story of surrender, with her honest struggle to keep trusting God through the difficult days of striving to serve Him faithfully through grief and loss. Of course, this was something I could identify with as well. This inward struggle of constantly believing that He can heal, but choosing to trust His plan is best when He doesn’t heal here on earth. This struggle to continually dig into His Word, pray it back to Him and believe it to be enough, when everything else in us fights to believe what we cannot yet see.
Katie says in the book, “He was growing in me a fervent, all-surpassing desire for quiet, secret places with Him. He met me in my mess and even in my doubt and assured me that He still desired my obedience and a relationship with me. I learned anew that He loved me truly, not because of who I was or what I did, but because of Christ and who He was.
‘I will give you treasured in the darkness,’ He whispered, ‘riches stored in secret places so that you may know that I am the Lord, the God of Israel who summons you by name.’ He summoned me. He called me to come and find rest in Him alone.”
Over and over, Katie has put her wavering, fragile heart in His hands, and He has proved, as He always does, to be faithful. And when the storms had passed… beauty. Such rich beauty, displayed through the ways He has worked in her life and woven such a beautiful story that only He could write – so that everyone reading this book can only say, “Wow. That had to be God.”
I won’t give away any of the ending, because you must go get a copy of this book and read it for yourself. You will be challenged, encouraged, and be left with a sense of awe over what God is doing in Katie’s life, and what He can do through yours.
All through a simple – yet not so simple – “yes.”
Katie's journey in this book is one that we don't talk about as often as we should. It's a journey of choosing hope in the face of unexpected loss. It's a journey of choosing faith when it simply doesn't make sense. God's goodness isn't dependent on our circumstances. His faithfulness isn't curtailed by loss. He is good, and He is gracious. All the time. The writing is raw, real, and evocative. Katie cuts through the fluff and gets to the heart of the matter in a way that only someone who has been through it can do. What do you do when God doesn't answer prayers the way you think He should? How do you respond when the healing that you beg for doesn't arrive? Is God still good when bad things happen?
If you or someone you know is struggling to hold onto hope in the midst of darkness, I can't recommend this book enough. It was such a sweet encouragement to hold onto hope in the middle of the dark, dark night. Because morning is coming.