Pastor David Oyaro
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Senior Pastor
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New true Light ministries
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Pastor David Oyaro Nyaora was born on Dec. 12th 1974 the first son Child of the family of Pastor Nahashon Oyaro Bosire, from Itare Village, Kenya.
He finished both his Primary and Secondary education in Gucha district, Nairobi City before proceeding to Kenyatta University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Education Early childhood Education. On graduating, he worked with Alisi Training College for Early childhood Education for the next five years as a duty and Administrator

However, in 2007 he felt the call of God on his life to help the less-privileged in society. David decided to dedicate the rest of his life to champion the course of the less-privileged in our society especially abandoned/abused and orphaned children. A ministry was born called ministry of New True light Christina ministry.

To accomplish this task, she established the SAINTS ORPHANAGE INTERNATIONAL, a Christian charity Organization whose aims are

1. To care for the underprivileged in the society i.e. the poor, widows and orphans
2. To engage in charity work of all description and generally demonstrate the love of God to all men irrespective of race, colour or creed.
3. To propagate the gospel through rural outreaches

The Center is where the needs of the poor, widows and women with unplanned pregnancies are met on a regular basis. Packages of food are distributed to the poor. The widows are given money for petty trade and the elderly are placed on weekly allowances. The mission is hoping to have a rehabilitation center for these women in the future.


This is organized from time to time to propagate the two handed gospel. The Bread of life (the word) in one hand, and bread for the stomach in the other. It is the mission’s mandate from God never to preach the good news without provision for the needy.

Saints’ Orphanage is another great vision of Pastor David Oyaro Nyaora. This is a home away from home for orphans, abused and abandoned children. Since inception the orphanage has rehabilitated 70 of children including babies.

In 2010 we are planning to build permanent home for this children , a two hundred bed hostel for the rehabilitation of more children on the Identified land to purchased one funds are raised, onset of the vision in 2008. This house is will home for female and male wards of the orphanage. All this will be by the grace of God.

Apart from the rehabilitation, Pastor David Oyaro, are determined to give the children sound education. All the children that are of school age all attend schools around the vicinity of the Rented building of saints’ orphanage complex. This year four children are going sit for their Examination allowing them to join high school.

We are registered by the ministry of gender, children sports and cultural service in Kenya. We work closely with Kenyan Government; it has given both verbal and written recommendations to the founder and her team.

Even though the work is enormous, he has been able to cope with the help of God, and the support of his wife, and His three biological children.
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At 1:06pm on September 25, 2012, Rev Joy Crawford said…

It's good to be in fellowship with you and your ministry!  I look forward to seeing all of the wonderful things that God will bestow upon you as you continue to serve in His name.


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