HooHa Cyclists' House
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... to Jerusalem as
we stop at a working kibbutz, a temple from the 600’s and an old Roman
town. I’m really looking forward to seeing Jerusalem and starting to
prepare for Noah’s Bar Mitzvah. Noah has a bit of a cold but I think he
is toward the end of it.
I will continue to do my best to post each day so there isn’t too much ...
... and it was windy, but we had so much fun. Having a sand beach, decent waves, and fresh water all in one place--not to mention being at the Sea of Galilee--makes for a pretty incredible combination. To boot, dinner is the best cafeteria food we have had since our first week at the Moshav (the short time they tried to impress us and cooked fancy foods). I think I had four plates from the buffet! I am so thankful for the opportunities God has provided us with on this ...
... open the doors to let anybody on- big mistake. The Orthodox men stood right in front of the bus and wouldn't let it leave. So, the bus driver started to back up to go around them. They then followed the bus back and stood right at the front of it, their own little protest.
The bus driver was not happy, and after a short shouting match, called his boss. Meanwhile, some of the Orthodox also pulled out their phones to call someone, and the ...
... better. Capernaeum was our next stop-the centre of Jesus' teaching and healing and home to Peter the Apostle. A very spiritual place you can feel the presence of Jesus as he preached and entered the synagogue as well as stay in Peter's home. This was the centre of Jesus ministry a place he could call his home town. The spaceship church is built on top of Peter's house and the room in which Jesus would stay. Being on the shores of Galilee - ...
... big hunk of their basement, windowless and with very thick concrete walls, had been constructed to comply with the regulations. It was provisioned with several week’s worth of food and water, as well as mattresses and other essentials. Their entire family had hunkered down in this shelter during the Lebanese war of 2006. As they slept—or tried to—they could hear the Katyusha rockets screaming overhead on their way to Kiryat Shmona. ...