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Apr 21st, 2013
This past weekend a group of 23 young adults made their way south to pitch tents and sleep under the stars along the beach of the Dead Sea. Despite the threat of bad weather, the sun came out and the group went hiking at Ein Bokek on Friday and braved the Snake Path trail up to Masada on Saturday. Some of the young adults had never swum in The Dead Sea, which was a great way to end a long afternoon of hiking in the heat!
The group consisted of young adults from all over the world, some of whom are in Israel for only a few months as they volunteer with various organizations. The trip was a great opportunity for local young adults to make new friends and for volunteers and students to see a little more of Israel. It is an annual trip that we always look forward …
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This summer, from August 2nd-August 10th, Kings School of Media hosted the first Media Boot Camp. Participants studied between 10 to 12 hours a day intensively covering …Aug 24th, 2010
Amidst the warm glow of the acoustic lighting and an auditorium packed with local messianic Israeli youth, the Grammy-award winning group Casting Crowns soulfully connected. The Pavilion …Mar 21st, 2007
Shir1 (One Song) is a national Hebrew worship gathering for the emerging generation of Israeli Believers. The first Shir1 was held in a night club called “City …Mar 1st, 2007
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