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Walk the Land : A Journey on Foot through Israel

by Judith Galblum Pex

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0975961950, Paperback)

Come with John and Judy Pex as they hike the 600-mile Israel National Trail from the Egyptian to the Lebanese borders. During 42 days of trekking through spectacular scenery, Arab towns and villages, past Jewish, Muslim, Druze, and Christian holy sites, they discover: + Sights seldom seen by tourists + Physical challenges and spiritual tests + Cultural encounters and historical insights + Lessons about peace, faith, and endurance. This book will appeal to: 1) Students of the Bible 2) Middle-agers who want vigorous role models and new challenges 3) Christian believers seeking creative ways to test and share their faith 4) Young adults pursuing the great hiking trails of the world 5) Readers interested in Israel. Included are 16 pages of color photos of scenes from the Trail.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:10:42 -0400)

Come with John and Judy Pex as they hike the 600-mile Israel National Trail from the Egyptian to the Lebanese borders. During 42 days of trekking through spectacular scenery, Arab towns and villages, past Jewish, Muslim, Druze, and Christian holy sites, they discover: sights seldom seen by tourists; physical challenges and spiritual tests; cultural encounters and historical insights; lessons about peace, faith, and endurance. This book will appeal to students of the Bible, readers interested in Israel, middle-agers who want vigorous role models and new challenges, Christian believers seeking creative ways to test and share their faith, and readers interested in pursuing the great hiking trails of the world.--From publisher description.… (more)

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