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... with expertise over the many treacherous roads of Israel. Dr. Nyquist shared sermons to all 200 travelers on five occasions during the tour. I can't say enough about the Moody Bible Institute staff--what a blessing they were to all.
We experienced modern Israeli culture and we experienced the land where God placed His redemption story. We've seen Israeli military alertness and strength and we've ...
One more week and I'll be on a plane heading toward Japan! The countdown frenzy has begun! I am honored to be traveling with staff from JCCC and other educators from the Chicagoland area. I will be traveling with Superintendent Dr. Jose Torres from District ...
Passport has arrived, itinerary defined and bags slowly getting packed! The reality that I leave in 21 days to travel to Japan is beginning to set in. The JCCC has provided this trip as an educational exchange to support the relationship between Japan and the US. As an educator and educational leader, I am very excited to learn about the culture and educational system in Japan. I hope to learn about ...
... and then I will fly on to Bangkok, Thailand. That flight is also 10 hours. That will be the most I have flown in a 24 hour period.
I booked my hotel for Chiang Mai: Rachamankha Flora House
In Bangkok I will be staying at Baan Manusarn.
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... sale racks now - followed by a quick visit to AT&T for a SIM card for the iPad. By this time, the café was open and we were happy to sit down for a drink; though the warming temperatures outside persuaded us to choose icy fruit smoothies rather than hot coffees. Our strawberry, pineapple and coconut drinks gave us a minor dose of brain freeze but were enjoyed nonetheless. Staff duties were the subject of discussion as we sipped ...