My definition of JUC field studies: An incredible way to bring the Bible alive right before your eyes, bringing credibility and definition to what you’ve studied in the classroom. Yes, I love field studies. This one happened on Sunday, September 25. It was great as always. Hot and stifling in the Rift Valley, rainy and … More Inheritance of Benjamin and its Clans
In case you’d like to see where we reside these days, here’s a few shots to help you visualize. We’ve had a lovely restful two days. Friday is usually a calm day. No classes for Missy & Vern so we set up school at home so that the boys have the day off as well … More The Dwelling at 12 Ein Gedi Street
The drive north through the hill country is amazing. We move out of cenomanian layers to the more rounded eocene hills and then into the deeply eroded Michmatah valley filled with alluvial soil so wonderful for agriculture. (Ha, I love using those terms cause by now you’re all probably scratching your head a bit and … More Uncrowned Queen of Palestine (and other places)
…and other blessed Shabbat rest today. This week is going to be packed with studies again, starting with a 7:00-6:00 field study to Samaria tomorrow. (We’re pretty pumped for that though!) We’re excited to see what God brings our way and will keep you posted. Shabbat Shalom!
My sandals squeak on the stones of an ancient Jerusalem street. The beauty of this special Shabbat morning drenches me in joy. I am in awe of the goodness of God. Yes, the week past has been a bumpy one. Yes, there have been multiple clashes and pains. But does that change the goodness of … More A Blessed Shabbat