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- The "Passages" Exhibit
The "Passages" Exhibit is now on display in Atlanta and Vatican City. The exhibit celebrates the, sometimes, blood-stained journey of the Bible over the generations to be transcribed and given to world for its understanding.
- Walking With God - Hiking All 50 States And Beyond
Whether you are new to an area or a native, an experienced or novice hiker, one of the best ways to get to know people and your surroundings is to hike. You may never put on hiking boots, but people like to walk, even if it is around their neighborhood. There are so many trails, sidewalks, parks, and paths to explore whether it is on the mountain, in the city, on a business trip or a vacation. This is one such adventure.
- Qumran Caves: Seclusion At The Cliff Of The Moon
There are very few places that have Ignited the imagination of the world as the Qumran caves did. The exposure of the old settlement of Qumran and the finding of the Dead Sea scrolls at Qumran caves Ignited the imagination of both Jews and Christians around the world.
Since 2001 – Masada has been a world heritage site on the world heritage center list. According to UNESCO's world heritage treaty (1972), this inclusion reflects the extraordinary worldly importance of this site, which makes it worthy for protection for future generations.
- History Of The Dead Sea: It's Written In Salt
The Dead Sea is the only place in the world blessed with the four elements fo life: Fire, Wind, Earth and Water. Ever since the dawn of history, this area has been sanctuary and shelter to Kings and rebels, entrepreneurs and philosophers.
- Qasr Al Yahud Epiphany (Manifest) Ceremony
Every year at January 18, Some 20,000 pilgrims take part in the annual Epiphany Ceremony – a festive event that includes the traditional baptism ceremony.
- Qasr Al Yahud Renovated Baptism Site
Qasr Al Yahud is recognized as one of the sites where Jesus got baptised by John the Baptist in the Jordan River (Matthew, 3: 13-17). It is also referred to as the place where Eliyahu the prophet and where the Israelistes crossed the Jordan river
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