New Discoveries Await Visitors to Israel

Various reports out of Israel indicate that archaeologists have been busy uncovering new treasures during the pandemic, all waiting to be seen by visitors once Israel is reopened to tourists. You can find an article about new discoveries in the most recent issue of Word from Jerusalem, a publication of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem. …

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day Approaching

What do you know about January 27, 1945? It was on that day Soviet troops entered and liberated Auschwitz, a large complex of concentration and extermination camps, the crown jewel of the Nazi's "Final Solution." Before the Nazi regime was done, they had eliminated over 6 million Jews. Today, there are those who deny the …

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Tour Rewind: Epilogue

I pray you were blessed by the tour rewind! Now, I hope you will bear with me as I share some personal thoughts. Words cannot describe the joy of hosting the 30 people pictured above on the trip of a lifetime! A year ago when I began planning the trip, my goal was to put …

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Tour Rewind: Mediterranean Coast

Sunset over the Mediterranean During our Israel tour, we spent time at Caesarea Maritima, the nearby aqueduct, and Haifa. All are on the beautiful Mediterranean Coast of Israel. Caesarea Maritima, aka Caesarea by the Sea, was a bustling village in the first century, and home to one of Herod's most opulent palaces. Complete with a …

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