It is not often that one stands at the bottom of a mountain and finds himself at a look-out point, yet this is precisely the experience of standing at the bottom of Mt. Carmel in Haifa, seat of the Baha'i Gardens and Baha'i World Center.
Have you ever floated in the Dead Sea or emerged from the salty waters with baby soft skin only to think what a wonder it was? That very same body of water is up for a vote now to become one of the world's new seven wonders in an international campaign.
Jesus may never have ridden a bicycle, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't consider using one to see His country.
If you are like most tourists visiting Israel, you've been up and down the streets of Jerusalem. The Church of the Holy Sepulcher? Check. Garden of Gethsemane?
The name Ben Hinnom most probably means Son of Hinnom, Hinnom being the owner of the land, but the valley's name in Hebrew, Gei Ben Hinnom, ...
The lowest point on Earth is also the site of one of the world's greatest treasures and an amazing place to visit when you are in the Holy Land.
You can't drive for five minutes in Israel without seeing a sign directing you to a "tel." Tel is Hebrew for an archaeological hill.
In Sakhnin - a village in the Lower Galilee you've probably never heard of - grand steps are being taken to tackle one of the environmental movement's most perplexing problems: wastewater treatment.
The New York-based World Monuments Fund (WMF) has placed the Cathedral of St. James in the Armenian Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City on its 2010 watch list of 93 cultural heritage sites at risk in 47 countries.
The wilderness of Zin, probably one of the most beautiful and peaceful locales in Israel, yet few pilgrims or other tourists ever venture there.
You come to the Holy Land with your children. You're excited to show them the land, to teach them about its rich history and its centrality to Christianity.
Israel - the homeland of Jesus of Nazareth. Most of His life - birth, ministry, crucifixion - happened right here.
We'll begin with the ending: We may never know with certainty which of the four sites associated with "Emmaus" is the true site.
It is the season of Lent, the 40 days of fasting leading up to Easter, and Israel's Christian community is bustling with Easter preparations from the spiritual to the culinary.