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There is one week left in Joshua and the question on all of our minds is, Where did this year go? On September 13th (move in day) we were told that these nine months were going to make the hardest yet best year of our lives and those words of wisdom could not have been truer.
Hey parents, graduation is just around the corner and we want to make sure you have all the information that you need.
Our journey to the Holy Land has come to its end. You may remember when we started our adventure at Tel Gezer, where we were challenged to make our Standing Stones point towards God.
Shabbat Shalom from Ellie Mullins and Christina Garibay! For those of you who arent familiar with the term Shabbat, it is the Jewish sabbath day which begins Friday at sundown and ends Saturday an hour after sundown. Shabbat is a day of rest for the Jewish people
We began our excursions with a trip down Hezekiahs tunnel, a 1,500 foot long water system (tunnel) built by Hezekiah. [Looking through our notes (or lack of them) we couldn’t find any more information about the tunnel, so we asked Rich Ferreira if he knew any more about it. Rabbi Rich with his typical insight and knowledge of all things Hebrew, replied, “Look it up in the Bible.
The day started with wake up at 6am, breakfast at 6:30am. Hilary led the morning discussion this morning and it was really cool. She talked on Mary and Martha, and how often she finds herself so caught up in working for the Lord that she fails to what is most important; to sit and be with Him
Today’s adventure began in the pagan city of Beth She’an. Beth She’an was the farthest city west within the Decapolis. At this location we were taught history by Boaz and life application by Rich Baker. Boaz imparted to us information relevant to the city.
We woke up bright and early this morning to greet the sun while on a boat on the sea of Galilee. It was the most legit thing ever. The very sea where Jesus walked on the water and calmed the storm. Speaking of which, that’s exactly what Dallas talked to us about for a small devotional time while in the middle of the sea.
Hey, its Sammy Mull and Ryan Hawkins talking to you from the Sea of Galilee. Today has been a VERY busy day! We started our morning off with devotions with Carl and Vickie. They talked to us about the importance of God’s Word as a filter which sorts out the world’s influence from God’s truth in our lives.
Oh where to start. Today was an incredible day! We began our day at Masada and climbed 891 steps (according to some classmates) up to the top of the mountain. It was hard to believe we were at the exact place we had watched a movie about and were able to see firsthand the place where a vital time in Jewish history went down.