Focus on the Family’s New Leader: Surprising Choice

October 28, 2007 at 6:50 pm 2 comments

I’d like to introduce you to someone:  

  • He’s an orphan from a broken home

  • He’s the son of two alcoholic parents

  • His step-father abandon him and his 4 siblings the day of his mother’s funeral

  • He lived in 23 temporary homes by the time he was 18

  • He had a foster father who was convinced that he was trying to kill him  

The guy you’d expect to lead the world’s largest ministry serving families?  

Jim Daly is an unusual choice to lead Focus on the Family’—the Christian non-profit serving more than 220 million people in some 150 countries with family services and support. But it is his own troubled background that fuels his passion for strengthening families in today’s complicated culture. You can read more about Jim’s background and passion for hurting families on his blog.  

I think you would enjoy getting to know this unusual leader.  I hope you’ll spend some time getting to know Jim on his blog—he’s a guy worth knowing.

For most recent updates on my campaign, visit my official campaign website.


Entry filed under: 2007 General Elections in Kenya, Africa, Culture, Jesse Masai, Kenya, Literature, Media, Missions, Personals, Politics, Prophecy, Religion, Society, World.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. mona  |  November 8, 2007 at 7:11 pm

    God turns our mess into messages.he never wastes our pain if we give it to him.i may not be all tht he wants me to be but hopin some day………….

  • 2. lynda  |  November 15, 2007 at 9:39 am

    Sounds interesting tell me more about this interesting leader and style of leadership.. How was be able to have a smile during such times… and what was the steps he took to achieve what he has..
    Looking forward to hearing from you.


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