Zealous Views

A Week in the Life of Becca Mason

Many people have asked me what a normal week looks like for me. To this all I can do is smile and shake my head, as a “normal” week does not exactly exist as a Zealous Israel Project Team Member and full time volunteer at Bridges for Peace. Below is a graphic explaining the basic outline

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Shabbat Experience

Shabbat Experience   It was such an amazing experience like one I’d never had in the Jewish community. Since I arrived in Israel, I had the desire to dive into Jewish culture as much as the Lord would open the door to me. So, five of us boys from the Zealous project, visited Rabbi Mordechai

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Trip to Timna

 Four hours is a short drive for me, especially with good friends and amazing views that are so close you can touch them. Following the signs south from Jerusalem, pointing to Eilat, meant the entire trip would be spent traveling on the desert floor. For most of our group it was the first time experiencing

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The Jesus Trail

THE GOD OF ISRAEL IS A GREAT GOD! He is a big God! He is an adventurous God! And there is no place more adventurous than the Land He set apart for Himself. This Land would be the backdrop for the travels of Abraham, the resting place of the Tabernacle, where God spoke to His prophets,

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The Zealous Team – Michio Nagata

Michio Nagata is our Zealous Israel Project Team Member for February! He is from Iwate, Japan. “I truly have so much love for our team, my manager Mario and all the people I work with. I enjoy the challenges that come with each day. There is always something new to learn. “The thing I like

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On the Hunt for Lions in Jerusalem

LIONS ARE THE LAST THING YOU WOULD EXPECT TO SEE IN JERUSALEM because the City of Gold is renowned for its haunting beauty, ancient landmarks and religious significance. Not for its wildlife, and definitely not for lions roaming its streets. Yet that is exactly what you will find. On street corners and in tiny alleyways, on

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