Holy Week Exodus Interruption

We interrupt our regularly scheduled Exodus trek for this important message. A close friend sent me this video yesterday.  It stopped me in my tracks. We are a handful of days away from recognizing the most important event in human history. God, in the form of man,...

Saint Catherine’s and Mount Sinai

There is a benefit to getting up early in the morning. You get to see this… all by yourself. Night people think I am insane. But this is worth it to me. I watched the sun come up on a hillside facing Saint Catherine’s at the base of Mount Sinai. I am...

Arrival at Mount Sinai

The Valley at the base of Mount Sinai Not far from this spot was the traditional location of the “golden calf”. What struck me about this area was the expansive valley in the distance that would easily hold the estimated 1.5 to 2 million Israelites. I...

The Road to Marah, Rephidim and The Wilderness of Sin

Quiz: What chaps your lips, makes your sinuses bleed and makes you squint?  Blowing sand and 0% humidity at 90 + degrees! Not to far outside Cairo, the green is gone.. this is the view.  Imagine nearly 2 million people with a bunch of animals and  thousands of tons of...

Egypt through the eyes of a 12 year old boy.

When I think about Egypt, two perspectives come to mind. The first one is from the vantage point of a 12 year boy. It’s all raiders of the lost ark and mummies. Golden people dancing around with crookedy arms. Lots of sand, strange clothes, curved swords and...
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