It seemed like this morning that we took off from L.A.X. in reality it was yesterday. Today we arrived here in Israel, after a 14 hour long plane ride.
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So this morning we left the hotel at 7 am and made our way to LAX. Its funny to watch people sort of freak out when they see a group of 70 people making their way in one direction (a giant herd if you will).
So we are here at a hotel for the night and waiting for the 14 hour plane ride to come tomorrow.
One of the things that I love about Joshua is that it is more then just a place to gain knowledge. True we do offer great classes and instruction in the Bible but more then that we try and make Christianity real and applicable today.
About a month ago I was working in the OK Chalet (Snack Shop), and was getting off work on Saturday night at around 12:30 A.M. it was cold, and dark, because there was no moon that night.
This is the story of a hike; a very very long hike. Across the valley from Joshua, you can see a ridge with a rock face and one day Rich decided we should hike to it. There is no trail, so we just started hiking up.
This is Keoni, Stephanie, and Hanna reporting live from Las Vegas!
Our week is almost over and its been a fun and growing experience talking to people about God.
Well greetings once again from Las Vegas. I know you would all rather hear from a student but the problem is that we dont have much free time to update the website.
Ironwood Camp: home of the coolest goat ever, tumble weeds, and really long dirt roads. No, but in all seriousness Camp Ironwood is a great place. We stayed over night on our way to Las Vegas and the staff there are very hospitable.
These past few months above and beyond their normal class work the students have been learning how to share their faith. Tonight we leave on one of our toughest trips as we head to Las Vegas for a week to put into practice what they have been learning.