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My First Israel Trip

When I was 16 years old, I climbed onto an airplane for a twelve hour flight to Israel. Even just before boarding the plane, I really had no idea what I was getting into. During the flight, my mom handed me an “Israel 101” type magazine. I can’t remember who the publisher was, but the...
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Christian Volunteering in Israel

Two Christian volunteers working in the vineyards of Israel during harvest time Christians come from all over the world to volunteer in Israel and harvest grapes in the place that the world would call the “West Bank”. Strange? Some would definitely call it peculiar.  A Tennessee Christian Who Wanted to Volunteer in Israel When Tommy...
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Wine from the Vineyards of Israel and Their Place on the World Wine Stage

I was recently privileged to participate in a WSET (Wine, Spirit, & Education Trust) Level 2 course here in Israel, and I just received news that I successfully passed the exams! Ten years ago, I knew nothing about wine. But since coming to Israel for the first time, I have slowly begun building my knowledge...
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Can Volunteers in Israel Stop Terrorism?

If the 1.5 million Christian tourists who come to Israel every year cared deeply enough to visit Judea and Samaria (the area known as the West Bank) and volunteer in Israel, would there be fewer murders happening? Could these tragic stories have been prevented? On September 16, 2018, Ari Fuld, a 45-year-old father of four,...
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Judea and Samaria are an Unavoidable Problem for the World

Twenty years ago, one could argue that there was no reason to pay any attention to Judea and Samaria, the place the world called the West Bank. Today, however, it is impossible to ignore, and for Christians, this is a place that should be a high priority when visiting Israel. Volunteers harvesting grapes in the...
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