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Day 7: Old Jerusalem

Shalom! Our seventh and final day was just as eventful and moving as the first six. Yesterday we followed Jesus through his final days but we didn’t cover Jesus’ arduous walk (with his cross) to Golgotha. But before we get

Day 3: Tel Dan, Caesarea Philippi, Golan Heights

Hello from Israel! We all enjoyed yesterday’s nature walk so much that we once again began our day outside in God’s creation, hiking through Tel Dan Nature Preserve. The Dan Stream (pictured top left) is the largest and most important

Day 2: Valley of the Doves, Sea of Galilee, Jordan River

This morning began with a walk through the Valley of Arbel or The Valley of the Doves. This route is the path Jesus walked three times a year when he had to travel from Capernum (his home) to Jerusalem. Mustard

Day 1: Petra, Caesarea, & Mount Carmel

Hello from Israel!  The majority of your church family arrived here yesterday after a 10-1/2 hour flight. But a lucky dozen arrived three days before and visited Petra: a Nabatean city that was lost for thousands of years. You may

July 18, 2018: Christian Science

Listen Now: About this Series: “American culture has, from its earliest days, spawned a wide range of denominations and new religions. Often veering from traditional Christian roots or seeking to reform or return to some perceived originality, these sects – often

July 11: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

  Listen Now: About this Series: “American culture has, from its earliest days, spawned a wide range of denominations and new religions. Often veering from traditional Christian roots or seeking to reform or return to some perceived originality, these sects –