Judith Galblum Pex

Judith Pex was born in Washington, D.C. and lived there until she was 18 years old. She lived 3 years in Alaska and then spent a year backpacking through Europe before landing in Israel in 1973.... Judith Pex was born in Washington, D.C. and lived there until she was 18 years old. She lived 3 years in Alaska and then spent a year backpacking through Europe before landing in Israel in 1973. Judith fell in love with Israel, the Bible, and John from Holland (in that order).

After marrying and living with John for a year in the U.S., they immigrated to Israel in 1976 and have made it their home since then. They have 4 grown children and 7 grandchildren.

Judith and John have been running a hostel/guest house/ drop-in center for nearly 30 years called the Shelter Hostel. Nine years ago they felt they needed a break, and combining their love of the land of Israel with their passion for hiking, they walked the 1000 km (600 mile) Israel Trail. This became the inspiration for Judith's first book, "Walk the Land - A Journey on Foot through Israel."

More than a regular hostel, The Shelter welcomes people from all backgrounds and to serve their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. When Sudanese refugees fleeing from the civil war in their country arrived in Eilat, Judith and John welcomed them in the hostel and became very involved with them, which led to Judith's second book, "A People Tall and Smooth - Stories of Escape from Sudan to Israel."

Her third book, the story of the Shelter Hostel is due to be published in December.

źródło opisu: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25237302-come-stay-celebrate

źródło zdjęcia: https://www.goodreads.com/photo/author/883032.Judith_Galblum_Pex

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