BYU Jerusalem/Israel Life

I was a BYU Jerusalem study abroad student in the summer of 2013. I couldn't stay away from Israel for long.

From 2014-2015, I spent about 1.5 years living in Haifa, Israel for grad school. I worked towards an M.A. in Holocaust Studies at the University of Haifa.


Both were great experiences, and I really fell in love with the country of Israel. Here is a selection of posts about my travels, adventures, and experiences living in the Holy Land.


Akko

Bethlehem
BYU Jerusalem Center
Capernaum
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Dead Sea
Dome of the Rock
Eilat
Ein Kerem
Golan Heights
Haifa
Jaffa
Jericho
Jerusalem
Jezreel Valley
Jordan River
Knesset
Mount of Olives
Nazareth 
Negev Desert
NImrod's Fortress
Tel Aviv
Tzfat
Via Dolorosa
Yad Vashem

Attending synagogues

Campus life
Christmas in a non-Christian country
Church in a non-Christian country
Comparing Haifa U. and BYU
Grocery shopping
Herding sheep
How to renew an Israeli visa
Israeli airport interrogation
Jesus in Jerusalem
Jewish/Muslim fashion
Learning Yiddish
Let's go to the mall!
Moving to Israel alone
Purim
Ramadan
Saving Shabbat
Separation Wall
Why I love Israel





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