There are few countries that have a history of thousands of years, and none like Israel. As you read this journal, you will walk under the ancient archways of the land and stroll the walkways through old Jerusalem where Yeshua , Jesus, road a donkey one Palm Sunday. You will see shops in the old City of Jerusalem that reflect the history in living color as well as in life today. As in ancient days, the People of Israel do their daily business of selling goods and food. You will smile, you will laugh, and you will cry throughout these experiences. You will picture the Cafes where we sat and shared a meal with some IDF soldiers just coming from battle, and where they share the experience of the day. This is the land of The Messiah. Come, walk with my husband and I as we work, play, serve, and wonder, in the land before time, the Holy Land, Israel. Experience a divine appointment.
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Archways,Walkways and Cafe's: Reflections of a Volunteer in Israel based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Marguerite Amaya shares with delightful charm and candor the two years she and her husband spent as volunteers in israel from July 2007-March 2009. Her reflections go far beyond the usual commentaries about food, customs and historical sites. Her iterations with the people, their culture and language, and the present day challenges this tiny democratic nation faces had a profound effect upon her, deepening her faith and love for this amazing country and its people, their courage and their will to survive. Instead of providing us with a newsy tour guide about Israel, the author shares from her heart about the debt and love she feels for the Israeli people and the gratitude she has for the Jewish roots of er own faith. Photos, inspiring scriptures related to her narrative, and her lively anecdotes give ample evidence of her passive or volunteerism. --Review by Barbara Dan, award-winning author