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Reaching the Ones We Would Rather Avoid

By Lysa TerKeurst   There were many places I had dreamed of visiting in the Holy Land. Sights and sounds I anticipated would move my heart deeply as I walked...   Read more

The Garden Tomb: A Photo Tour of This Sacred Oasis in Jerusalem

“At the place where Jesus was crucified, there was a garden, and in the garden a new tomb, in which no one had ever been laid”—John 19:41. With Easter approaching,...   Read more

Manna: It’s What to Eat at Museum of the Bible

Despite Washington, D.C. being home to some of the world’s greatest museums, most travelers don’t expect to encounter a culinary oasis tucked between exhibits. But that’s only because they haven’t...   Read more

Dining in Washington D.C.

If you’re considering a trip to Washington, D.C., it’s most likely for the national history, inspiring monuments or plethora of museums. Experiencing the District’s vibrant culinary scene may not be...   Read more

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Dazzling Highlights of Biblical Rome

From its art and ancient architecture to its unparalleled cuisine, few destinations compare to Rome—The Eternal City. In the premier issue of SOJOURNER, we featured the early Church history of...   Read more

Museum of the Bible’s much-anticipated Launch

The Museum of the Bible (MOTB) opened with a black-tie celebration on November 16th, featuring music from our friend CeCe Winans in the presence of a number of prominent faith...   Read more

A Word from Benjamin Netanyahu to Christians

In a newly released video recorded at the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ), Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu encouraged Christians to visit Israel in the coming year. “I’m so proud...   Read more

Inspiration’s 20-year Partnership with Sar-El Tours

In this brief video, Inspiration Cruises & Tours President Steve Dick interviews Samuel Smadja, our highly respected partner and friend. Samuel’s decades of experience in the travel industry led us...   Read more

Where to Find the Best Hummus in Jerusalem

In a recent post, we shared a recipe that’s the closest we’ve come to making authentic Israeli hummus here in the States. After all, a newfound love for hummus is...   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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