Poor Millionaires: The village boy who walked to the western world and the american boy who followed him home
Poor Millionaires is the true story of two boys brought together by famine, missionaries, war, a search for God, and the unexpected consequences of introducing Christianity to a war-torn African village. Poor Millionaires follows authors Nathan Roberts and Michael Kimpur through their heartbreaking and hilarious misadventures across two continents on their way to founding Daylight Center and School for orphans of war in Kenya (daylightcenter.org). Michael Kimpur was raised in a nomadic tribe in the Kenyan desert, spending his days herding cows and sleeping in a thatch hut, unaware of the modern world waiting for him just over the farthest mountain. Nathan Roberts was raised in a wealthy suburb in Minnesota and spent his summers at Bible camp, sheltered from a world scarred by colonialism and poverty.