Keeping my eyes wide open:Today there is a raging wind, hail, snow and rain storm all over Israel and the West Bank. It has me wondering what families will do who have had their homes demolished this week. During my time here in Jerusalem I have atten… Continue reading
The banner in Manger Square in Bethlehem.
Over Christmas, Dean and I had the opportunity to spend a few days in Bethlehem. We shared several wonderful meals with Muslim and Christian families and attended church services on both Christmas Eve and Chri… Continue reading
It’s 4:30 a.m. on Sunday morning at Qa’landiya checkpoint – the main checkpoint between Ramallah in the West Bank to Jerusalem. It is the start of the work week for many Palestinians.
Three times each week, two of our Jerusalem team… Continue reading
Keeping my eyes wide open:Hi folks
Terror in St. Albert, The blog my husband Dean just posted conveys so many of the feelings that I have when I walk by the police station in my neighborhood and see young men in handcuffs or watch young people denied c… Continue reading
Standing with a Grade 12 student who attends the school in the Al-Aqsa mosque compound
“I want to go to Harvard“…”I want to see the world”
Hopes and dreams expressed to me in the last few weeks by young people as I walked… Continue reading