Where it begins...
“North and South – You created them. Tabor and Hermon sing joyously in Your Name (Psalms 89:13)”
When asked, which is my FAVORITE place to give a tour, the answer is one of the world’s oldest and holiest cities- HEVRON!
Beautiful day to get out and see the unique sites of Israel!
Today we are visiting one of my favorite sites: Qasr El Yehud (Arabic for break through point of the Jews) on the Jordan River, by far the most mentioned body of water in the bible (181 times). According to tradition, this is the exact spot where Joshua and the Children of Israel entered the holy land.
Come visit the prophesied site of the "End of Dayss' beforehand-less traffic; better parking
The ongoing saga of the Jewish community in Hevron...
A gem located just outside Jerusalem
WOW: Ancient Inscription Explicitly Mentioning King David Discovered
Today, we are visiting the enchanting Ayalon Park Canada. This centrally located park (roughly between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv) has it all!
The Gilead mountain range is mentioned many times in the bible
The obvious question is why there are so many buildings and fortifications from different time periods here? Read on to learn the fascinating answer...
Gaza has a rich Jewish history, predating Islam by millennia
Today, we will visit an important example of a site mentioned in Tanach (Bible), where G-d saved the Jewish people through an open miracle.
Go out and see Israel (OK, when it stops raining) Happy Tu B'Shvat!
Zohar was the hometown of Samson, the strongest man who ever lived
A beautiful and serene site-Go visit!
“Then Joshua built an altar to the Lord God of Israel on Mount Ebal (Joshua 8:30)”
The Governor’s home in Lachish is the largest palace ever found from Ancient Israel. Go out and see it for yourself.
Another claim to fame for the ancient city was the fact that the holy Ark of the Covenant spent time here after the Philistines stole it
Let's visit a wonderful biblical site which, in my opinion, is a contender for the title of Israel’s prettiest spot.
Ever hear the story about David and Goliath? Wanna visit the site where it happened?
Next time in Israel, if you’re looking for something special and centrally located (conveniently close to Jerusalem accommodations) you should certainly consider a visit!
King Rehoboam made the decision to establish two new temples, one in Beit El and the other in Dan, both of which included golden calf statues (1 Kings 12:28–29). He even made up his own holidays and declared himself a priest
“And the word of G-d came to Jonah son of Amittai (Jonah 1:1)”
5 INCREDIBLE animals which once roamed Israel-Lions, Tigers and Bears-OH, MY!
It is such a beautiful time of year to see Israel. Get out there!
Take a promenade on the Haas Promenade for some of the very best views of the Old City and the Temple Mount
Tough to choose a 'Top 10' but here is the first batch