Late yesterday evening, after traveling some 24 hours, Kelly and I walked into the house and for the first time in our lives, it did not feel like ‘home.’ Honestly, it has the comfort of
an old shoe, that pleasant familiarity, but our heart is 6300 miles away in Haeretz Israel. Right now, I can’t wait to be back, particularly in Judea and Samaria. That region and the Golan drew us more than any other! There was an amazing connection in our souls to Northern Israel that we simply cannot explain.
I have learned and experienced so much in a profoundly life changing 12 days that it will take weeks to process it all and months to record snippets as I write. I can’t wait to see how the Spirit leads and teaches as I move forward, but if it is anything like his work over the last couple weeks… Wow!!
For now, I have the pleasant task of preparing presentations for multiple fellowships and congregations that I will visit with over the next 5-6 weeks. There is also grass to cut and house to clean so we prepare for 50+/- Sabbath-keeping mishpocha (family) who will be here with us tomorrow.
More as I have time to write and share of the many pictures taken. For now, thank you for your prayers and support. May Abba bless and guide…