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The Story of the Bible (in one really long sentence)

The Unity of the Bible It’s been said that the most read book in the world is the Bible. But in our increasingly post-truth, post-Christian, and post-churched world, many haven’t read it and have no idea what it’s about. The average non-Christian only knows as much about the Bible as culture tells them, and culture…

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Sexual Abuse, the Bible, and Hope

#MeToo With multiple stories being heard about sexual immorality today (like the #MeToo movement), it’s important to consider these few truths about what the Bible says about God, humanity, and sexual abuse – whether you’ve personally experienced it or not. God’s Creation In Christian belief, every human being is designed and constructed in the image…

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The Importance of Knowing Jesus Truthfully

Good Things Come from Good Foundations The best thing Jesus can give someone is a right understanding of himself.   Whether you’re a skeptic or a believer, we know from nature that good things come from a good foundation. A simple example would be a 200-floor apartment building that’s built terribly. It doesn’t matter if…

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Day 7: Qumran Caves, Masada and the Dead Sea

Only 10,000 steps today – not bad! After almost 30,000 steps the two days prior, I’ll happily take 10,000. And with those 10,000 steps we certainly saw (and stepped on) some awesome things!       We started the day by descending the Jerusalem mountains (750 meters above sea level) to Qumran (350+ meters below…

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Day 4: Nazareth, Jericho and Jerusalem

It kind of feels like we’re just hopping around Israel, doesn’t it?   Today’s been so good.       Do you ever wonder what Jesus was like as a kid? Perhaps you imagined Jesus as a child while walking around Nazareth today. Surely, thinking about this definitely peaks our interest, at least for me!…

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Day 2: Caesarea, Mt. Carmel and Megiddo

What a day! There’s no way I can go into detail with all the places we visited today (Caesarea, Mount Carmel, and Megiddo).       Since I touched on the significance of Peter’s vision in yesterday’s blog (gospel for all – Dr. John also chatted with us at Caesarea), let’s jump to Mount Carmel.…

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