Ani Yosef's Sukkot 2019 team has made it safely home and most are over their jetlag and already emails are flying back and forth across the across the Atlantic as the multinational leadership team begins planning for Pesach and Sukkot 2020. Personally, I am very excited about new opportunities, greater clarity and blessings from the… Continue reading Ani Yosef in the news
16 Three times in a year all your males shall appear before the Lord your God in the place which He chooses, at the Feast of Unleavened Bread and at the Feast of Weeks and at the Feast of Booths, and they shall not appear before the Lord empty-handed. 17 Every man shall give as he is… Continue reading Dates for Pesach and Sukkot 2020
Here is another gallery of pics that team member Stephanie gave me. She is gifted with a camera and has hundreds of pics. I hope to post more of her pics of other parts of the trip as well as photographs from around Jerusalem and parts of the Land. Following are many, many more...
Sukkot is upon us! Tonight, at sunset, begins the week-long Feast of Tabernacles. The work of picking up trash and the challenge of the Yom haKippurim fast is behind us, so now we begin touring and enjoying the Land in the presence of the Lord. This morning I rose early to enjoy another stunning sunrise.… Continue reading Update and BIG gallery!
Our host, a moderately observant but self described 'spiritual' Jew, invited us for a walk uh Wadi Halilim, a nature preserve a very short drive from Givat Ye'arim. We value spending time with him, s, after a short time in the Scriptures, we packed some water and rode with him to enjoy the beauty of… Continue reading First rain of the season!
Following is a gallery of pics from today's hike. After the hike we had a nice visit with our host, Tzemach. Really, really good to catch up with him, but he did share some very challenging news. We are the last group to be staying in his home. As soon as we leave, after Sukkot,… Continue reading Gallery and a serious prayer request
Kelly and I arrived late yesterday evening after a long trip from the US. We are in Tzemach's guesthouse here in Givat Ye'arim, Israel. He named it 'Top of the World' years ago because of the view and location near the crest of this Judean hill. Dinner when we got in last night... antipasto.. In… Continue reading Shabbat Shalom from the Top of the World