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FBExpeditions Sep 18
Every one of our travelers now have their cell phone with them. This is very interesting!
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FBExpeditions Sep 10
One cannot visit Turkey without stopping over in ISTANBUL. A magnificent city straddling Europe and Asia, Istanbul has breathtaking architecture, bazaars fragrant with the abundance of spices and fruits,...
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FBExpeditions Sep 8
Ephesus, Turkey- "I know your deeds, your hard work and your perseverance. I know that you cannot tolerate wicked people, that you have tested those who claim to be apostles but are not, and have found them...
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FBExpeditions Sep 5
Laodicea,Turkey- I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth....
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FBExpeditions Aug 22
Sardis, Turkey-"I know your deeds. You have a reputation for being alive, but you are dead. Wake up!!" (Rev. 3)
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FBExpeditions Aug 22
Is visiting TURKEY on your travel bucket list? Join us May 2019 as we visit "The Seven Churches of Revelation" that John addressed in the last book of the Bible. Fearful? The areas we will be touring...
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FBExpeditions Aug 18
One of the questions we are often asked is "what should I pack to keep from getting sick on this tour?" This seems like good advice as one can never tell just what is going to make you sick! Prevention is the best medicine!
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FBExpeditions Aug 3
One place we love to visit is Greece while following in The Footsteps of Paul. If you would like to go, let us know as we have several groups planning to go (2018, 2019, 2020!). Come along with us!
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FBExpeditions Jul 16
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FBExpeditions Jul 16
Interesting street vendors in Cairo
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FBExpeditions Jul 14
Different foods to enjoy in Israel Shawarma- meat preparation, where lamb, chicken, turkey, beef, veal, or mixed meats are placed on a spit (commonly a vertical spit in restaurants), and may be grilled for...
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FBExpeditions Jul 12
Yes, you CAN eat the food when you travel! Such an abundance of colorful and varied dishes!
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FBExpeditions Jul 12
OLIVES are a diet staple in the middle east. So many lovely olive trees throughout Israel. Olives for eating, olive oil, olive seed scrubs, olive oil skin care- the olive is not wasted! OLIVE WOOD, used...
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FBExpeditions Jul 1
DATES are one of Israel’s largest exports and when visiting you can see why! Date palms are growing profusely in the desert as well as in the Galillee. Recent experimentations have found a species that...
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FBExpeditions Jun 29
New term heard yesterday from our guide when we sat for lunch- he asked if "do you want to open the table?" meaning, just a sandwich or all the nice "side dishes" that come on with lunch in Israel....
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FBExpeditions Jun 26
Food when ON A TOUR in Israel ...you will probably stay in a "kosher" hotel (owned and managed by our Jewish friends). What does that mean....in a very small nutshell...meat and dairy cannot mix!! Fish is...
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FBExpeditions Jun 23
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FBExpeditions Jun 20
Why Travel? Travel gives us perspective, challenges our expectations, and opens our minds to new possibilities. Travel gives us a broader view of the world we live in, the global community of which we are a part, and the cultures and values that are different from our own.
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FBExpeditions Jun 18
We believe churches that travel together: Gain spiritual enrichment in learning together “on site” as they walk where Jesus walked, follow in the steps of Paul, and view the Promised Land as Moses did Build...
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FBExpeditions Jun 17
We believe people: Are in search of a deeper understanding of their faith- physically, spiritually, emotionally. Desire to add color & depth to the faith story that has already shaped their lives Long to...
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