Poor, Hungry, Desperate
I did a lot of soul searching upon my recent re-entry from a mission trip to one of the poorest countries in the world – Uganda. Extreme poverty is defined as living on $1.25 or less
Who Is Your Boss?
I remember a few years ago I overheard my preschool son tell his sister, my elementary aged daughter, “You are not the boss of me.” There was another time, this time, I was an
Thanks for joining me for this exciting journey. I’ve been able to relive so much of our pilgrimage. I appreciate you choosing to join me, too. The Via Dolorosa (in Latin: the way of grief or the way of
Can you believe we are here? We are at the Temple Mount or Mount Moriah. The Temple Mount is the historical and spiritual focus of Jerusalem revered by the Jews as the holiest place on earth. The rock at
Today’s offering: a drive through Old Jerusalem!
“Our feet are standing within they gates, O Jerusalem. Jerusalem, that art built as a city that is compact together.” —Psalm 122:2–3
According to This Is Israel pictorial guide and souvenir
Caesarea also is known at Palestinae, a city on the shore of the Mediterranean on the great road from Tyre to Egypt about seventy miles northwest of Jerusalem at the northern extremity of the plain of Sharon. It was
I hope you had a great weekend. Our Israel 2015 presentation went well at Riverview AOG yesterday morning. Today our cyber tour continues; we are going to stop in Caesarea Phillipi!
The city of Caesarea Philippi is the remains of
Thanks for joining me today for a sail across the Sea of Galilee.
A central point in Jesus’ ministry, the Sea of Galilee is known to Israelis as Lake Kinneret; it is only thirteen miles long by seven
Welcome back, pilgrims! So glad you’ve joined me today in Capernaum (in Hebrew the title means border, between Galilee, Decropolis, and Golan Heights).
Capernaum was the center of Jesus’ activities in the Galilee and his town during that
Here’s our next stop: Mount of Beatitudes! I am amazed to stand where Jesus taught the Sermon on the Mount! The journey walking up the path to the top of the mountain was especially meaningful. Every 500 yards was a