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End of the Year!

It’s the end of our time in the Joshua building! It has been a hectic week for sure. We have been dedicating a lot of our time and effort into our quilt making process. We’re so close to being done! Beth has been so incredible helping all of us make each square unique. Here’s some […]

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Final Week!

Well this is it, our final week in the building is finally here. We have cried, laughed, and gone across the world together. For some this has been a long time coming, but even then, it is a bittersweet ending to the year. We are doing our best to finish strong during our quilt crunch […]

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Time Flies

Wow! Whatta week guys. Time is counting down here in the Joshua building, and we are all anxious to see what it will be like to be thrown back out into the world. Of course, our priority right now is to be present in the time we have left, because we will never have an […]

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Passed Phillipians!

We did it! Philippians is over! It has been so cool to study the Word, as difficult as it was for a lot of us. We now can say we know it and we had to prove it on our written final. We had to answer questions relating quotations from Philippians to our current culture. […]

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Getting back into the routine

Clara- We’re home from Israel! After spending the night in Bakersfield we made it safely back to Hume from LAX. Then we did the usual van cleaning that we do after every trip. After that everyone was just trying to stay up to 8 pm so we could get back to California time schedule. Some […]

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Israel Day 9 – From Jerusalem to Bethlehem

Hi, we are in Israel and today was a good day. Sadly this morning we did not get to sleep in and so we got up at 6:15 and we went to breakfast. After breakfast we had a devotional that was lead by Amy. Since it was the Memorial of all the fallen soldiers of the Israel […]

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Israel Day 8 – Our first day in Jerusalem

As we are sitting here writing this on the roof of Ramat Rachel Kibbutz a siren sounded at exactly 8 pm throughout all of Israel and everything stoped. The cars, the people, the noise. Everything stops to commemorate the memorial. Today was our first day in Jerusalem, the place of the Temple Mount , the capital city […]

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Israel Day 7 – Comfort vs Obedience

Today is our seventh day in the Promised Land and we traveled all day through the Jezreel Valley to the coast of the Mediterranean and now headed to Jerusalem! We started our day hiking up the Tel of Megiddo where we learned about Solomon’s reign and the reign of King Ahab. Interesting fact this archeological […]

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Israel Day 6 – Faithful to the call

The third day of our adventures in Galilee started off in a small town called Qatzrin. We donned first century clothing and got to experience a small part of what it would have been like to live two thousand years ago. We got a tour of the wheat field and the olive press, and then […]

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Israel Day 5 – Shabbat

Today is Shabbat (Sabbath) in Israel which falls on a Saturday. This means most Jewish people working in this kibbutz we have the privilege of laying our heads, were not present this day, but at home with family resting. Our meals were a bit different as well. It’s not permitted as part of the religious custom […]

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