Wailing Wall Video – Middle East Trip – Post #13
Wailing Wall Here is a video that I took from the Wailing/Western Wall today. It was SO sad for me to see people who are chanting, praying, and singing...
Jerusalem Day 2 – Middle East Trip – Post #12
I could write for an hour about what we experienced today, but I will spare you that and give you the "Cliff Notes and Pictures"
A Lifelong Dream FULFILLED – Middle East Trip – Post #11
I believe it was during my freshman year of college where I began desiring to get to Israel one day. That desire has never left me. In fact, it
Tomorrow – JERUSALEM! – Middle East Trip – Post #10
Tomorrow morning at 6:30 AM - we leave for Jerusalem. I have no idea if I will have internet access, but hopefully you will see a blog within the next
Aljoun Castle – Middle East Trip – Post #9
Up until today, all three girls have said that the Mt. Sinai trip (particularly riding camels) was their favorite part of our trip so far. But today,
Dead Sea – Jordan River – Mt. Nebo – Middle East Trip – Post #8
Today was a big day! Josh and Nannette had many things to do so we struck out on our own. Map in hand and directions from Josh - we headed to Mt.
The Madman of Gadara – Middle East Trip – Post #7
On Monday, Nannette took Sue and the girls shopping while I stayed at the apartment and did hours of internet searching and phone calling for our Israel
Our Week in Egypt – Middle East Trip – Post #6
Our week in Egypt was for two primary purposes. We wanted to spend a week completely relaxing and resting. The second purpose was to spend some time with Josh
Howard Statler – Finally Home
I miss Howard Statler. I am so sorry he went to heaven while I was away. That is one memorial service I would have really enjoyed. He's one of my heroes and
More from Sinai – Middle East Trip – Post #5
This is a continuation from yesterday's post about our Mt. Sinai experience... After the sun rose, I read the background of the story of the Ten Commandments