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Tiberias: Holy Tombs

Continuing on with the trip my father and I took to the city of Tiberias in August of last year, we left the Old City and drove up the hillside in search for a number of… 804 more words


We See Jesus - Changing Water to Wine

Changing Water to Wine

On the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. Now both Jesus and His disciples were invited to the wedding.

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Fabulous, baby!

Note to self:

I will no longer take ‘selfies’ with younger, thinner friends in bright sunlight.  At the time I took the picture I thought it looked good, on a cliff overlooking the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) but when looking at it on my macbook later that day I realized I looked like Patsy from Absolutely Fabulous after a bender. 214 more words


Follow Me - 3

So, the next place Jesus goes is to a small town, Galilee and there He finds His first disciples. Not among the elite and the knowledgable, but among the uneducated fishermen. 125 more words



Nearly a full year ago, shortly before going on the wine tour (starting with the Tishbi Winery in Zichron Ya’akov), I went on a day trip to Tiberias (also known as Tverya) with my father. 869 more words


From Where I Stand: Israel

“This land is sometimes troubled, often spectacular.” -Shai, our local guide in Jerusalem, originally from Atlanta, Georgia

It’s taken me a while to process how I want to share about my time in Jerusalem. 741 more words

From Where I Stand

Galilee Burial Ground Now World Heritage Site

UNESCO has just added the Necropolis of Beth She’arim in Western Galilee to its list of World Heritage sites. Consisting of a series of catacombs, the necropolis dates back to the 2nd century, when it was created as the primary Jewish burial place outside Jerusalem following the second Jewish revolt against Roman rule.  12 more words