If you’re looking for interesting holiday gifts and a necktie just won’t do, consider dedicating a square foot along the Sea of Galilee.
The $100 gift, out for the Christmas season, is part of a fundraiser for The Galilean Campus, a Christian educational resort still in its planning stages.
The dedication, which comes with a certificate, allows purchasers to be “part of God’s promise to Israel.”
The project will be built in Migdal along the coast of the Galilee and is being billed as a way to give Christians the chance to “celebrate their faith and encounter God in a powerful way, and bless Israel and her people.”
It’s set to include a house of worship, a 24/7 prayer center, an educational center, an outdoor amphitheater and gardens for meditation.
A non-profit based in Israel, but registered in the US as a 501 3c, it is founded by Anne Ayalon, wife of former U.S. ambassador Danny Ayalon and David Zwebner,a Jerusalem businessman.