In late January I had the privilege of spending two weeks in Israel and the Palestinian territories to learn lessons in peacemaking.
When I was in the airport on my way here, I was so nervous that I wrote a Facebook post in an attempt to work through it. I wrote, “And I’m off to Israel/Palestine for a month!
The situation with COVID-19 has hit all of us in similar and different ways and we pray and hope you are well and safe in these times.
The Khyara family realized their lifelong dream in 2017 when, after years of saving and help from family members, they were able to build a home for their family.
At the end of Star Street in the Old City of Bethlehem, turquoise metal doors that are usually locked have been set wide open.
Rudaina Sahouri, mother of three young girls in Beit Sahour, West Bank, reminisced about her younger years and how different the situation is now
When planning my trip to Israel and Palestine, I wasn’t fond of travelling there during the height of summer. But it couldn’t be helped.
Bethlehem creates a local market for renewed economic investment.
Historic Bethlehem - a place of pilgrimage, an economic hub, a flourishing city