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 ...
... Jacob, and Jeroboam all passed through as well as the probable location where Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist.
I am sorry to know that the time we spent in Galilee has come to a close. However, it is nice to get back to a normal pace of life and start catching up on all the assignments we are coming back to. It's been great, and I can't wait to see what God has in store for our group next as we all decide what to do over our travel study break this coming week!
... will be with us on our bus the whole trip too) tied this area to the Bible with the story of Elijah from IKings 17. He also mentioned other Bible stories and pointed out the Jezreel Valley and the Kishon River.After a quick stop for lunch we went to Megiddo also a town in ruin but with a lot of ...
... 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 - ...
... and eggs from a local chicken coop that hadn’t been transformed into some sort of shop.
Everyone sprang into action—delicious fresh juice was squeezed from the oranges, rice was put to cook on the stove, vegetables were washed, soup was started, eggs were cracked. A magnificent meal came together, topped with local red wine. We talked with Eitan and Sharona about the army, a part of virtually every young non-Haredi ...