Christian humanitarian agency Cross International names new CEO

Religion News Service | 11/16/2018 | Staff
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POMPANO BEACH, Fla. — Cross International, the Christian relief and development organization serving the poor in nearly 40 nations, has named Kelly Miller as its CEO.

Miller, 58, has more than 30 years of experience in leadership, marketing and communications among faith-based organizations, including more than 10 years at World Concern, the Seattle-based global humanitarian agency.

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“It’s an honor, privilege and extraordinary blessing to provide leadership for the next season of Cross International’s growth,” Miller said. “Strengthening and broadening our partnerships will be one of our most important priorities. Those partners include pastors and church leaders in developing nations, as well as those individuals and organizations in the U.S. who support us financially and in prayer.”

Established in 2001, Cross International is recognized by its US-based donors for offering them opportunities to fund specific projects and to receive extensive updates with photos, diagrams and maps, architectural plans, budgets, and compelling stories about families and communities being served. Projects include building homes, providing clean water, constructing and equipping schools, delivering medical care and funding economic development.

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The organization’s system of distributing aid through existing churches and ministries in developing nations is cost-effective and supports pastors engaged in evangelism.

“Donors are increasingly expecting...
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