About 85% of Filipinos are Christians and the Philippines is considered to be the 6th largest Christian country in the world.
Which is why it only makes sense that a lot of Filipinos dreams of visiting the land of the Bible.
To some, traveling to the holy land is considered to be the final step to fulfill their Christianity. But for most, traveling to the holy land means giving their life a far greater meaning.
At least that was true back in the day. Sadly, nowadays only a few remaining devoted Christians would want to visit the land of the bible.
As our generation gets younger and other travel destinations become cheaper, fewer tourists and pilgrims no longer consider the Holy land their “bucket list” destination.
Lucky for me as a young “Millennial,” I was blessed to be offered to join a group of pilgrims bound for the holy land. Join me, as we embark on a journey to walk in the footsteps of Jesus.
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