After more than 20 years of planning, the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History finally opened last week in Tel Aviv. The 100,000-square-foot building in now the largest natural history museum in the Middle East. Shaped like Noah’s Ark, the museum houses more than 5.5 million specimens of species from around the world – all on display in an effort to educate, increase appreciation, and promote preservation.
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Seeing the Holy Land in person brings the Bible stories to life! Check out this list of the top Christian sacred spots – including the place where Jesus was born to the spot where he walked on water, and more.
On what would have been Anne Frank’s 89th birthday, the Amsterdam museum opened a virtual reality tour this summer of the annex where the young diarist hid with her family during World War II.
Our friends at Israel21c share tips they’ve gathered from the locals, so you can easily blend into Israeli culture and lifestyle the next time you visit.
On a boat ride across the Sea of Galilee, a Fellowship staff member from Israel taught his new Christian friends from America a traditional Jewish song and dance.