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Introducing Kesher International Missions

How did I choose the name, Kesher International Missions?

In addition to coordinating international group mission trips and pastor conferences, one of my responsibilities included the administration of several Israel Tours. I was blessed to be able to join one of these tours and soak up The Land with all its Biblical richness.

As I began seeking the Lord’s direction on naming His business, I wanted to use the word “connect.” However, so many other ministries were using this term in their organizational titles. Having just returned from Israel, I decided to see if there was a comparable word in Hebrew.  I found out that the Hebrew word “kesher” means “connection” or “to connect” in English.   Ah-ha! Kesher International Missions – “to connect to international missions.” This worked on so many levels:

  • Connecting individuals to global outreach through short-term mission trips
  • Connecting churches and ministries to international partnerships and projects
  • Connecting churches to other churches to have a greater mission impact

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About Kesher International Missions

Kesher International Missions desires to see individuals realize their potential by being stretched out of their comfort zones and using their skills and talents in an extraordinary way for God! Jill's passion for global outreach started in 1993 after she participated on her first mission trip to Russia where she experienced first-hand the life-changing impact on the people who heard the Gospel, the mission team members and her own life. In just a few years and many trips later, Jill is using her mission skills and knowledge to mentor and train leaders in mobilizing their own teams to share Christ’s love with the nations.

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