Since 2008, Trinity Ablaze in Kenya (TAIK) has led numerous mission trips to Kenya serving in many different locations. Our primary focus has been to share the gospel of Jesus Christ as Savior for all. At the same time, free vision clinics have been offered in partnership with the Kenyan Ministry of Health. Through the years of service, excellent relationships have been developed with the local Christian men and women and the professional health care providers. Friendships have thrived and trust has grown. By the end of 2019 with a total of 72 free clinics, over 88,000 visitors have been seen by a professional ophthalmologist, thousands of persons have received distance glasses built to each individual specification, with more thousands of reading glasses also given away. In addition, over 3000 cataract surgeries have been authorized at no cost to the patient.
In 2016 we were approached by several Kenyans to help provide a safe and secure place for girls trying to escape the centuries old tradition of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Forced Early Marriage (FEM). Together, we are a group of individuals spanning two continents, seeking to build relationships of effective support for the innocent. As is true for TAIK, Kenyan Schools of Hope operates under the umbrella of Vision and Mission for Kenyan Society, a mission society registered with the Republic of Kenya.