The Imposter Tour: Fantastic Canverns – Springfield, Missouri – 2014

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On a last minute decision we decided to go to Fantastic Caverns. It was only about 60 miles out of our way and when we were in Warsaw, Winter of 2011 we always wanted to go. Here are some pictures of the fantastic caverns!

groupphotocavesGroup photo outside next to the sign. (left to right: Analisa, Danny, Linda, Felicia, Michael and Daniel)

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Before the next tour began we looked around the gift shop and had a group photo with the employees.

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There is this really cool map of the caverns hanging on the wall. The three women got get their picture taken in front of it.

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It is so amazing how magnificent Yahuwah truly is and how He created everything. While these caverns are real it looked like a movie stage because it looks so fake. It was so awesome to drive through the caverns. It was a world within our world. Unaware of what is going on 160 feet above us on open ground. If you’re ever in the area you should check it out too!

The Imposter Tour #26: Canton’s First Monday Market Days – Canton, Texas – 2014

cantonmarketdays cvb_market    They say Canton’s First Monday Trade Days is more than a flea market and their not kidding. They also say it is the almost post-apocalyptic world of garage sales and flea markets gone mad. If you put together every flea market we have ever been to this market would still be bigger! Canton’s First Monday Market Days started in 1850. You know the Flea Market we went to in Orlando is Florida’s Largest and Trader’s Village in San Antonio is America’s Best. What about Canton? Canton is known as the WORLD’s LARGEST! It is pretty big! mondayworld     The map for the market looks like a city! In fact, this Flea Market looks like it is larger than the Downtown City of Canton! We wouldn’t be surprised if this Flea Market is indeed what put Canton, Texas on the map, so-to-speak. Here is an aerial view of the market:

Looks like a city but it's not. This is the Canton First Monday Market Trade Days Flea Market!

Looks like a city but it’s not. This is the Canton First Monday Market Trade Days Flea Market!

shuttleservice-canton On our way to our spot we saw the shuttle service. This Market is so large a shuttle service is needed.

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thegirlsSisters Analisa, Felicia and Linda couldn’t stay there too long. The wind was strong and it was chilly.

We took a quick look around the place and didn’t even make a dent in looking at the entire market. Here is a compilation of what we did see…

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Everywhere you turned there were people! But the crowds were not chaotic and loud and busy like the one in San Antonio that we went to.

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We saw lots of good stuff and lots of junk there but every man’s junk is another man’s treasure.

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While look at some Guitars Michael and the Guitar vendor had a little showdown. He called himself Johnny Trash as a joke to make fun of Johnny Cash. He was pretty good actually!

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The Imposter Tour: Our Museum on Wheels – Houston, Texas – 2014

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We want to reach out to the young and the old in our Ministry here at FollowersofYah.com. We have a museum on wheels to try to bring the Scriptures to life. What excites the children is just as much interesting to the teens and adults.

Here is a sneak peak of the stuff we present during the presentation.

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Brother Danny and Michael did most of the presentation and Sister Linda wrote up the script. Our Historic Collection would not have existed if it was not for Sister Linda’s interest is searching and purchasing these artifacts. She did a fantastic job!

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Michael showing a poster board of how Noah’s Ark could have looked on the inside.
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It wasn’t just the speakers talking the entire time. We got the children involved by asking questions. If they got the question correct they got a Kiss… a Hershey Kiss that is.

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Michael passing around a box that has a crown of thorns inside. The crown of thorns is actually from a tree in Israel that could have been the actual crown of thorns placed on Yahushua’s head.

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Brother Danny holding up a replica of a Dead Sea Scroll vase.

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Brother Michael talking about something there on the table.

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The table.

 

 

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Lots of excitement!

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The children had so much fun!

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And we did too!

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Brother Danny and Michael talking about the trumpet.

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Brother Michael pointing to the Ark of the Covenant model being held by Brother Danny.

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Some stuff on the table.

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A closer look

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Brother Danny showing a poster of the tabernacle of Yahuwah.

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Brother Michael pointing out a spot of the 3d temple model.

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Talking more about the Tabernacle of Yahuwah.

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Sister Linda holding the Hershey Kisses that were used to give to everyone who answered a question correctly.

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Everyone had so much fun and we look forward to doing something like this again at a congregation or another home group like this one.

 

 

 

 

The Imposter Tour: The Holocaust Museum – Houston, Texas, 2014

holocaust We have never been to a Holocaust Museum before. Even though we have seen movies and documentaries about the Holocaust and the horrors that occurred during that time, the movies don’t always have all the details that actual history proves. 

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Before we went into the museum we knew it was horrific what happened in Germany in the camps. But we had no idea about some of the details we learned in there. Our personal private tour guide’s name was Theresa and she did a wonderful job describing everything and answering our questions. 

This is the villages that were affected during the Holocaust. Each tile that has a stone on it is from Houston residence who are survivors.

This is the villages that were affected during the Holocaust. Each tile that has a stone on it is from Houston residence who are survivors.

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After visiting the Holocaust Museum we have a clearer perspective of the horror that occurred in the camps all across the region in and around Germany. We recommend anyone interested to visit a Holocaust Museum if you have the opportunity.

Anyone who believes that the Holocaust didn’t happen are crazy. Truly Hitler and his followers were wicked, twisted and evil. Let us never forget what happened so that we are not fooled if it occurs again.

Bless those who suffered and are still suffering to this day from the Holocaust.