Morris Murdock Escorted Tours
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So here’s a question, if you could visit Israel and go to all the places you’ve read about and dreamed of experiencing, using every sense but sight — meaning you wouldn't see a thing — would you still want to go? Would it be worth it?
Kyle Woodruff has been blind since birth, but on a recent tour of the Holy Land with a choir, he “saw” the land of Israel and the places Jesus walked and taught, in very different ways than everyone else in the group — and came up with some amazing and surprising insights.
That’s this week on The Cricket and Seagull.
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