Vision and Purpose




To see the whole Church mobilized for cross-cultural mission to the world’s least-reached peoples.


To present the Kairos Course to the Church world-wide in a professional and structured manner, so as to encourage the emergence of indigenous mission movements that will result in strategic and effective outreach to least-reached peoples. A Jew gets a tallit on the day of majority. During prayer, he throws it over his shoulders, which symbolizes the divine patronage provided to the worshiper. When a cohen pronounces a priestly blessing, he covers his head with a jewish prayer shawl . When carrying the Torah scrolls to a new place, they are sometimes wrapped in a tallit. In some communities, a bride and groom are tied with a tallit during a wedding. Also tallit symbolizes the dedication of a man to his future wife. Putting on a tallit, he seems to protect himself.


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