Traveling to Egypt

The first biblical reference to Egypt is in Genesis 12:10.

There was a famine in the land, so Abram went down to Egypt to stay for a while because the famine was severe. (Genesis 12:10 NET)

Untold multitudes of people have traveled to Egypt before and after the time of Abram, and for a variety of reasons — to find food, to find refuge, to conquer, to search for treasures, to study history, to make photographs, naming just a few. Our purpose in going to Egypt is not only to enjoy the culture of Egypt, but to study the history at it relates to biblical history. In the next couple of weeks we will try to highlight some of these things. We hope you will travel with us through this blog.

We may not be able to post every day, and due to the time change, it may be at an unusual time of the day. Our non-stop flight is scheduled to depart from New York in less than two hours. The flight takes about 11 hours.

2 responses to “Traveling to Egypt

  1. thejamesmiller

    have a great time! i look forward to following along!

  2. You can always count on me to “follow along”! I’ll keep up with your blog and Jessica’s. Travel safely and have a wonderful time.

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