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The Stations of the Cross: Journey to the Holy Land

Stephen Ray

Have you ever wanted to travel to the Holy Land? Can you imagine walking in the footsteps of Jesus Christ and following Him throughout His crucifixion and death? In this talk, speaker and pilgrim guide to Jerusalem Steve Ray vividly details the places and events of Christ's crucifixion. Steve connects the dots between Scripture, the sacred sites, and the traditional Stations of the Cross, helping us more closely experience and appreciate the most profound act of God's love for humanity.

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