Come, Stay, Celebrate!: The Story of the Shelter Hostel in Eilat, Israel

Come, Stay, Celebrate!: The Story of the Shelter Hostel in Eilat, Israel

by Judith Galblum Pex

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Overview

The story of John and Judy Pex and their conversion to faith in Yeshua (Jesus) as hippies roaming the world in the 1970s, to their immigration to Israel, and how the door opened for them to open a hostel near the Red Sea. The book follows the various people groups who have come to the hostel during the past thirty years: backpackers, African pilgrims, Arabs from surrounding areas, Russian immigrants, Chinese and Romanian construction workers, Israel Trail hikers, and Sudanese refugees - told through touching and humorous vignettes. For thirty years, the Shelter Hostel has provided a beacon of light and a welcoming home for people from over ninety countries, as the Pexes use their gifts of hospitality and evangelism. These touching and humorous memoirs reveal how the Lord uses ordinary people to participate in His extraordinary work.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780989101448
Publisher: CLADACH Publishing
Publication date: 12/01/2014
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.55(d)

Table of Contents

1 Who Wants to Run a Hostel, Anyway? 11

2 From Igloos to Palm Trees 15

3 The Blond Dutchman 27

4 The House on Poor House Lane 34

5 Down the Gangplank 40

6 Melon Box Crib & Sandstorm Solutions 46

7 Beginning and End of a Hostel 56

8 Flee to the Refuge 67

9 Sorry, We're Full 77

10 Dutch Wall Climber, Russian Coffee Seller & Egyptian Doctor 87

11 Pee Mattresses, Snotty & Other Encounters 98

12 Elvis & Pilgrims 108

13 Next-Door Strangers 119

14 Lebanese Fugitive & Jordanian Aristocrat 130

15 Scuds, Sirens & Sealed Rooms 141

16 The Russians Are Coming 152

17 Seeking Culture, Finding Yeshua 164

18 God Exists In Romania 180

19 Chicken Feet & Dog Liver 195

20 Visits to Court & to China 209

21 Trail Angels 223

22 From Sudan to Zion 235

23 Trouble In Zion 245

24 EPILOGUE: Musings and Memory 255

25 POSTSCRIPT: Best News in a Zillion Years 259

Acknowledgements 263

About the Author 264

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