Faces of Daylight


In December 2011, we spent a few weeks in Kenya with our good friend Michael, the director of Daylight Center. Daylight Center is a school, dormitory, and community outreach facility where children from the war-torn world of Nomadic Kenya come to find safety, food, education, and love. This project was begun by leaders from the nomadic communities who sought to bring peace, education, and hope to their tribes. Daylight is raising a new generation of indigenous leaders to transform their culture.

Education is undeniably important. But a school that not only provides education, housing, and food, but also brings reconciliation to warring communities is revolutionary. We love their vision and commitment to Kenya.

Here is a little taste of the “Faces of Daylight”


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