Its crazy how fast 9 months can go by. It seems like just yesterday 56 new faces showed up at our building ready to start the Joshua program.
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Its weird being so close to the end. My room has boxes collected on the desk and it has finally hit me that this is reality
Its the end of the [year] as we know it. I cant believe that the nine-month program that Ive grown to know and love ends in about a week (Sunday May 11th).
The days are counting down here at Joshua and I know every student can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
We just arrived at the airport in tell Aviv and we already miss this place. Our entire trip was over all Amazing yes, with a capitol A
Today was our first day in Jerusalem, and man was it a crazy day. We were all over the city, around it, and under it.
Compared to our other days of rigorous hiking and strenuous climbing, today was a relatively calm day. We said our final goodbyes to Nof Ginosar hotel and headed towards Megiddo,
Our days here have been big, and the lessons we have been learning and the application to life has been bigger.
Today was a BIG BIG DAY! Nice and hot and how could we forget, HUMID! So we started out our day at Mount Gilboa, which was where the Philistines gathered in the valley like locusts to take Israel, who were camped on the mountain.
Every morning we start the day with a devotion, a prayer, and the Shema. The Shema is a Jewish prayer consisting of the greatest commandment, “Hear O’ Israel, the Lord is our God – the LORD is One…