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... that strangers
share about their lives and Hans was no different. I mention a movie
called The Way where a man after a tragic death of his son on the Camino
decides to go with the ashes of his son and make the journey. Hans
said he had seen the movie and quickly said that he too had lost a son
in the prime of his life in 2004. That year he walked the Camino again
this time with ...
... They were both very old and very unique in their own ways. Completely different styles in each, but the themes were still similar. But Tzfat is not only famous for candles and synagogues, they are also a wonderfully musical people. We saw an amazing performance by some local musicians playing instruments that we had never seen before, plus a guitar. I took some videos of the music which I will post at the ...
... in the 20th century, a modern church was built over Peter's house in a way that sought to accommodate large numbers of worshippers, while still preserving the integrity of the archaeological site. The result is unusual: the church from the outside looks rather like a giant saucer, hovering over the ruins of Capernaum. From the inside, you can see down into the remains of Peter's house through a large glass section in the center of the floor.
... stone walls that were part of a large house which would have been lived in by a wealthy person. These were really neat to see, and to think about Jesus being in that place and performing miracles for the purpose that the gospel may go forth and Spiritual healing may occur was awesome. The sabbath was almost upon us, so we were unable to go to the Jordan river baptismal area, but we will go there tomorrow. I must tell you that what I have seen and heard ...
... the only regulated baptism site on the Israeli side of the river, until the reopening of Qasr el Yahud site in 2011.