We are excited to announce that Michael Kimpur and Nathan Roberts (our own Daylight co-founders) have written a book:
The Village Boy Who Walked to the Western World
and the American Boy Who Followed Him Home.
This book is more than just a story of how Michael Kimpur, a World Vision sponsor child, and Nathan Roberts, a young American in a crisis of faith met and started Daylight. It is a story of famine, missionaries, war, a search for God, and the unexpected challenges of introducing Christianity to a remote desert village.
Michael and Nathan are working to self-publish the book. It will cost $5,000 for them to print the first 300 copies. Click here if you would like to contribute to their “KickStarter” campaign to print the book.
Nathan and Michael are offering to give a copy of their book to every person who donates!
Please note: donations to the KickStarter do not directly benefit Daylight and are not tax deductible. Also, the views represented in the book are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Daylight Center and School.
A message from the authors:
“We are Poor Millionaires who started a school called Daylight to educate children just like Michael. And we wrote this book to get the word out. We currently have over 200 kids at Daylight with hundreds more on the waiting list. Please help us publish this book so more people can hear our story, join us, and together we can get those kids off the waiting list and into school.”
-Michael Kimpur and Nathan Roberts
U.S. Director of Operations
Daylight Center and School