Strolling through Jerusalem’s Old City: Like a look inside my soul

By Gary D. MyersThe Old City of Jerusalem never fails to deliver something new and interesting. Each visit It is a filled with unique sights, smells and sounds. Jerusalem didn’t disappoint June 8 when I entered the Damascus Gate just as the Muslims were leaving the Mosques after Friday prayers. The city gave me a … Continue reading Strolling through Jerusalem’s Old City: Like a look inside my soul

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Finding community in Bethel, Alaska

  Bethel When my family and I arrived in Alaska May 15, we played tourist for several days in Anchorage and Seward. We enjoyed the natural beauty of God’s creation – animals, mountains, streams, rivers, ice, snow and glaciers. It was a real treat and I hope to blog about those experiences later. Today, … Continue reading Finding community in Bethel, Alaska

Tent on Tabor: An Accidental Monument

High atop Mount Tabor in northern Israel stands the grand Church of the Transfiguration. Grand churches are not particularly odd in Israel. In fact they are everywhere, built to commemorate just about every biblical event. Somehow the one on Tabor struck me as odd. Reaching the top of the 1,929 ft. mountain required a white-knuckled … Continue reading Tent on Tabor: An Accidental Monument

Christmas in Moscow Day 7 – Church at the Vet’s Office

Jan. 10 – Our Last Full Day in Moscow - On Sunday, our team split into to three groups to attend different churches in the Moscow area. I went to a church in northwest Moscow with three other team members. It was located near the last stop on the Green Line of the Metro. The … Continue reading Christmas in Moscow Day 7 – Church at the Vet’s Office