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Are You Homesick?

by Jill Lienemann, Kesher International Missions | ©2012 The question cut into my tranquil moment of soaking in the sights and sounds of the river rushing past the campgrounds of the mission trip. Mesmerized by the murky whooshing water, I didn’t notice the local youth come up next to me.  Hmmm…was I missing my home, … Continue reading

Someone’s Knocking on the Door

by Jill Lienemann, Kesher International Missions | ©2012 Standing in the middle of the one-room dwelling and glancing around at the exposed adobe brick walls, dirt floors, open fire stove, I concluded this scheduled home visit was typical of others I had experienced. Or was it? Through the interpreter the Guatemalan woman shared her life … Continue reading

The Unequally Yoked Mission Trip

by Jill Lienemann, Kesher International Missions | ©2011 “Do not plow with an ox and a donkey yoked together.” (Deuteronomy 22:10 NIV) In the physical sense, these two beasts of burden have different body structures, strengths, speeds and purposes for use. Therefore, when they are paired together to work the field, the ox, having more … Continue reading

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