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Accidental Mission Trip – Devotions

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3| Malta, Island Of Barbarians

by Jill Lienemann, Kesher International Missions | ©2013 “The natives showed us extraordinary kindness;…” (Acts 28:2a NASB) The word “natives” in this scripture is the Greek “barbaros” or the English translation of “barbarians”.  The reference is not in the context of savagery or being uncivilized but instead as a connotation of being foreigners, neither Greek … Continue reading

2| Where In The World Is…?

by Jill Lienemann, Kesher International Missions | ©2013 “…then we found out that the island was called Malta.”  (Acts 28:1b NASB) The experienced crew of the Alexandrian grain ship would normally have put into the major port of Grand Harbor at the city of Valletta on Malta. The coastline on the side of the island … Continue reading

1| Sail, Sink or Swim

by Jill Lienemann, Kesher International Missions | ©2013 “When they had been brought safely through…” (Acts 28:1a NASB) A group of 276 men (Paul, Julius the Centurion, the Roman soldiers, the ship owner, the captain, the sailors and other prisoners) set sail during a dangerous month for sea travel. Their goal was the Phoenix harbor, … Continue reading

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