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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 ...
... site is huge.
Our bus traveled right on the Israel-Jordan border, West Bank area. When passing by Jericho, there is a very large red sign stating, "This Leads to Area A Under the Palestinian Authority The Entrance for Israeli Citizens is Forbidden. Dangerous to Your Lives and is Against Israeli Law." It's written in Hebrew, Arabic and English. We saw many Israeli soldiers with machine guns when making a stop down the road a bit. We've ...
... 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 - ...
... myself straining my eyes to imagine the recreation of that moment. Powerful! We had a short service aboard the boat, led by some fellow pilgrims and Jackson, who provided music and a short sermon. We then took many pictures & fed white seagulls, who encircled the boat. With Christian ...
... Like the vast majority of kibbutzim, over the years K’far Giladi has gradually shed its socialist-communal origins. Little is owned in common any more—now people have their own apartments and cars and jobs, which may be on or off the kibbutz. The dairy and other agricultural enterprises are still active but the kibbutz has diversified into construction and hospitality—there’s a big hotel for tourists and conventions. Yuval took us ...