New Zealand Bound

It’s time to leave for another adventure! Which means this blog will be used for travel stories and communication, as well as personal rants and lessons learned. Please Note: From now on, all my posts about New Zealand will be under the “Kiwi Exchange” Page under the heading photo (In between About and Photography) Since […]

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Israel Update

Originally posted on Extraordinary Stories:
From Susan Norman, National Advocate of Graduate Students and Faculty Ministry, May 27th, 2014. “I am an ex-religious Muslim. I am searching for God but He does not show Himself to me. How can I find Him? –  a Technion student. “The Koran tells me all I need to know…

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Taste: Two words: fresh and ripe. Let me list the number of fruits and veggies that I saw growing locally in the country: bananas, mangoes, cactus fruit, oranges, lemons, limes, cucumber, tomatoes, olives, figs, pomegranates, cherries, apricots (mish mish in Arabic haha), peaches, nectarines, grapes galore, dates (that come from date palm trees!!), watermelon, canteloupe […]

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Our weekend in Netanya was so perfect. God showed me that I was in the right place and answered prayers over the three days, you’ll have to ask me in person what I mean. The three of us went to a Messianic Jewish congregation on Saturday, after having an amazing Shabbat dinner the night before. […]

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Did you know that Netanya is a beach city?  I didn’t. I left Haifa on Thursday by bus and was pretty stressed out. Not everyone has phone on the GP, and I forgot what its like to not be in contact with people when you need to be. I got lost so many times. On […]

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جميلة يسوع

This is the prettiest Arabic song ever. She’s singing ‘jamil Yasu’u,’ beautiful Jesus. All the worship music here has an a style that classifies it as Middle Eastern, but it’s hard to describe what gives it that sound. The singing and choice of instruments makes such a different and beautiful 90s style combo. ترنيمة فيك […]

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Wow. How did I end up in the Middle East and how do I stay forever? I just left the countryside of Petah Tikva, where I met a bunch of amazing people of Israel/Palestine. It is the most amazing experience ever to sing to God in three different languages. I hope I will never forget […]

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Is Real

I really don’t even know where to begin. The thing I’ve been saying quite often is “is this real life?” To which my team replies, “Is-Real.” Isreal, get it? Let me explain to you what my experience is Jerusalem has been like, using the 5 human senses. Ill start for now with sight, and carry […]

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