Connecting sacred sites in North England with those in Scotland provides the heritage traveler with the bigger picture of Britain’s early Christian history. And, there are lots of wonderful diversions along the way. Published June 28 2010
Are you a Scot – or possessed of some genes from a clan? Millions are, and most of them live outside the old country. If you've both Scottish and Christian heritage, good reasons abound to include Scotland on your travel wish list. Published June 18 2010
A museum fire closed the Biblical Arts Center five years ago, but it's risen from the ashes. Published June 14 2010
Joseph of the Old Testamant was a dreamer and he's living his fantasies onstage in Lancaster, Pa. Published June 7 2010
Ruth Hill writes for magazines and newspapers about the business and pleasures of travel. Read more about her views and news of Christian heritage travel around the world at faithtravelfocus.comRead More
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