December 17, 2014
by Christina Littler
The end of the first day in Israel has come and already the complexities and promise of our surroundings have revealed themselves...
December 18, 2014
by Issa Moody
Our group stayed at Nof Ginosar, a kibbutz hotel by the Sea of Galilee on Wednesday night. Staying at this hotel was a great idea. As you can see, the water was beautiful in the morning...
December 19, 2014
by Pete Moellenberndt
The third day of the immersion trip started with a visit to the Independence Hall...
December 20, 2014
by Damon Olson
Today is Saturday and the Rady crew, as well as, the city of Tel Aviv celebrated Shabbat (Jewish Sabbath)...
December 21, 2014
by Anne Shah
We started our morning like all the others, gathering in the hotel lobby for the Mediterranean buffet breakfast consisting of green salads, fruits, assorted breads and pastries, and the best dish of all...
December 22, 2014
by Brant Walz
Today was a busy day that included four meetings jam packed between traveling around greater Tel Aviv.
December 23, 2014
by Will Bigham
Today was our first full day in Jerusalem, and aside from the change in setting it marked a significant departure in tone...
December 24, 2014
by Leszek Lisowski
We are in the Holy City of Jerusalem, only 20 min from the birthplace of Christ â€“ Bethlehem. But before the celebrations of Christmas begin...
December 27, 2014
by Ryan Sheidt
Today is our last full day in Jerusalem. As we head down to the lower lobby for breakfast together we have to make sure to avoid...
December 28, 2014
by Mark Kondrat
This morning we left Jerusalem for more adventures in the Negev desert. After almost getting lost enroute due to the Waze app trying to navigate our bus through the West Bank, we made our way to the Nevatim Air Force Base in the middle of the desert.
December 29, 2014
by Eric Yang
After spending the night at Kfar Hanokdim, a remote Beduin camp located in the desert, the group got off to an early start as they deliriously piled into the bus around 5:30, running off sweet tea and crackers. After a short nap, the group arrived at Masada, 7 minutes before it opened. As we were the first group to arrive, and it was pitch black, we wondered, what was the rush?