Articles from SOJOURNER

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Getting to Know the Author of your Story

By Matthew West Anyone who knows me knows that I rarely slow down. Between touring, writing songs, making records and writing books, there’s never a shortage of things on my...   Read more

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Cruise Ship Innovations you won’t Believe

Michael W. Smith is no stranger to cruising. Over the past decade, his Michael W. Smith and Friends cruises have sailed Alaska and the Caribbean several times—Christian travel experiences he...   Read more

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Inside Norway: A Photographer’s Journey

By Josh Smith Avid travelers ‘acquire’ new destinations the way others buy pieces of art (or Precious Moments figurines). Their descriptions can rival the tales of imaginative fishermen, but their...   Read more

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7 Surprises for First-Time Travelers to Israel

We love hearing from passengers at the end of an Israel tour. They appreciate the depth of their spiritual experiences the most; along with things like carefree transportation. But one...   Read more

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Secrets of New Testament Rome

Off the Tourist Trail in a Biblical City  Contemporary travel to Rome tends to focus on three things: food, historical architecture, and the Vatican. There’s good reason for this, of course....   Read more

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Where Heaven and Earth Intersect

By Cathe Laurie “Then he dreamed, and behold, a ladder was set up on the earth, and its top reached to heaven; and there the angels of God were ascending...   Read more

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Meet the Man Behind the Curtain

Christian Cruise Director Charlie Spencer shares his two decades of experience Sure, some of the best advocates for cruising are passengers who’ve just returned from a spectacular destination, having had...   Read more

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How to make Perfect Israeli-Style Hummus

For many Christian travelers, visiting Israel means experiencing authentic Mediterranean cuisine for the first time. Along with the culture, people and spiritual impact of seeing Israel, they also fall in...   Read more

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What happens to prayer notes at the Western Wall?

‘The Wall,’ as it’s often simply called, was once the retaining wall below the plaza of the Second Temple—the only part of the massive structure left standing after Roman armies...   Read more

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