Israeli archaeologists find 3,100-year-old inscription linked to book of Judges

Israeli archaeologists excavating in the Judean foothills have uncovered an extremely rare 3,100-year-old inscription from the era of the biblical judges and carrying a name from the book of Judges.

The inscription — the name “Jerubbaal” — on a small jug from 1,100 BCE, which the archaeologists uncovered from a storage pit at the Khirbet el Rai site, could be the first hard evidence of a name from the biblical stories of the judges that is on an artifact contemporary to the period, The Times of Israel said.

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Saying Goodbye to Sarah

This is for my own personal journal.

You may recall my daughter has autism, along with other challenges. Sarah began as her behavior therapist, but since she has been with us for 4 years, she has become more like a friend. Bigger and better opportunities have knocked on Sarah’s door so now it is time to say so long and best wishes.

Thanks, Sarah! ❤️

Minnesota Woman Loses Both Legs and Both Hands Following Second Pfizer COVID-19 Shot

I can’t find words anymore. —STL Jummai Nache, and her husband, Philip Nache, were born in Nigeria and came to the U.S. to settle in Minneapolis a few years ago, working with the Southern Baptists to plant churches among the African communities living in Minneapolis. They were reportedly forced to leave Nigeria due to the […]

Minnesota Woman Loses Both Legs and Both Hands Following Second Pfizer COVID-19 Shot