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Red + Green = Brown

by Jill Lienemann, Kesher International Missions | ©2012 I take my seat on the concrete playground next to a group of Guatemalan children who are coloring in their Jesús en Mi Corazon (Jesus in My Heart) coloring book during VBS activity time. Suddenly, a little girl taps my arm and points to the paper in … Continue reading

Plan B or G? The Adaptable Mission Trip

by Jill Lienemann, Kesher International Missions | ©2011 “We’re here! Where’s the lumber?” exclaimed Chris’ mission team. It is frustrating to show up after sitting on a plane for hours and eager to begin work on the mission project when the supplies are nowhere to be seen. Besides the small window of time, there is … 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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