HAPPY PURIM AND DON'T MISS THE BUS!
Shalom!

GOOD NEWS! The travelers' list is nearly full for the once in a lifetime special celebration of Israel’s 70th birthday! Now's the time to join us, we have 15 seats left on our second bus for The 2018 70th Anniversary of Israel Tour and March of the Nations. Now is the time to be a part of making history for Israel's 70th birthday. If you've been to Israel before...this trip will be DIFFERENT! Bring a family member or friend and help them experience the land during such a time as this!

Due to enough sign-ups we were able to secure the lowest price and extend the deadline for your deposit! If you sign up with a $500 deposit by February 28, 2018 , the price for you is kept at $3,799, which includes airfare, hotels, breakfast and supper, bus, tips, tour guide, event tickets, conference fees, and more! ( Register and see itinerary here. )

Attention! Congregational leaders, pastors, ministers , if you are interested in bringing your own group, or a bus load, please contact Rozalie (832)287-5057.

Attend MARCH OF THE
NATIONS & CONFERENCE
Meet special guests from Israel, Germany, Poland, USA, Brazil, Switzerland, and Mozambique.
Jobst Bittner , founder and president of the international March of Life movement, invites Jews and Christians from all nations to come to Jerusalem for this special conference. Participate in all the events for this historical March of the Nations that will take place on May 13–15, 2018, a historic date: the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the State of Israel. Together with Israelis from all spheres of society, those physically able will walk from the Knesset to Mt. Zion. We will honor Holocaust survivors, and demonstrate publicly that the nations stand side by side with Israel and say “No!” to anti-Semitism! Pictured at left, top row, Conference Speakers : Daniel Kolenda, Heidi Baker, Jobst Bittner , Suzette Hattingh. Row 2: Neuza Itioka (TBC), Geri Keller (TBC), Edward Cwierz, Henryk Wieja. Row 3: Benjamin Berger, Rick Ridings, Harald Eckert, Prof. Dr. Gideon Greif; Row 4: Dr. Susanna Kokonnen, Special Guests : Robert Ilatov and Yehuda Glick, Members of the Knesset, Israel; Musical Guests : Eddie James; Row 5: Be'er Sheva, Joshua Aaron, Mikedem, and Ted Pearce.
Torah Scribe from Israel
Meet Zalmon, Scribe in Sfat!
(qualified to write the blessing on your mezuzah scroll!)
Sail ancient style on the Sea of Galilee... on a Jesus boat
Fresh Juice
Fresh Custom-Blended Juice Anyone?
The March of Remembrance and March of Life movement started in Germany in 2007, when descendants of Nazi perpetrators broke the silence about their terrible family history and met with Holocaust survivors and their descendants – the result: healing, friendship and new life! But it did not just stay in Germany: about 40,000 people have taken to the streets in 18 nations and 350 cities with a joint voice for remembrance and reconciliation – against anti-Semitism and for Israel.

Exactly on the 70th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of the State of Israel, from May 13 -15, 2018, we are bringing the March of Life to Jerusalem – come and join representatives of the Israeli government, Israelis from all spheres of society and Christians from every corner of the earth to honor Holocaust survivors and to make a clear statement of solidarity and friendship with Israel – and against modern anti-Semitism.

You can be part of this and show Israel how many nations stand with her!
"The L-rd bless you and keep you; the L-rd make His face shine upon you
and be gracious to you; the L-rd turn His face toward you and give you peace."
(Numbers 6:24-26 )

Blessings , Favor and Israel to you, 

Mitch, Rozalie and the March of Remembrance Houston team
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