During our several days lasting journey through Israel we experience the Bible and its places. In doing so, we consciously take time to enjoy the landscape, places and the special moments. We have set ourselves the goal of not hurrying through the country, not to visit as much as possible, but on every journey to set priorities to those moments, which will remain in our memory.
Adventure, fun, community, educational and of course biblical content are part of the ReflAct travel program.
For those who are on their way here, should not return home exhausted, but start their day with a free and clear mind, energy and many impressions in their luggage.
ReflAct consists of two words. Reflect = reflect, look at your own life, a situation, an unexplained state, wishes and dreams, discover perspectives. Act = act, make decisions and pursue goals.
Important: ReflAct-Travel is not a classic, historical tour of Israel, because we will look at the historical and biblical places from other points of view. (Nevertheless – basic information and historically relevant information are available to the respective places)
About me, Benjamin Funk
Together with my wife and children, we live in Israel. We love to be on the road to do small and big adventures. Over the years, I have conducted many camps at inland and abroad.
Vita (important stations): Study of theology seminar in Rhineland, leadership of youth work and groups, executive committee work in various associations, co-worker at CE Germany, an CE Talk & Music (2009-2011)-Radio, 6 years management in own company, Creative Director at Advertising and media agency b3plus GmbH, founding member and director of Church goes Pub-Rotenburg (2014) Project manager and construction of the jumpers e. V. Family center in Salzgitter (2015), public relations and networker Jumpers- Jugend mit Perspektive e. V. (2015-2016)
Further information about my projects and me can be found at: www.benjaminfunk.com
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