Last night we had the opportunity to go to Journey to Jesus at Ed's Landscaping in our town. Ed decorates the outbuildings in different scenes from Jesus' life. Different churches help out by being the actors.
After that you walk though a hallway where you see Joseph's carpenter shop and Mary sweeping her house.
In the next room you have to sign your name for the census (guest book).
You walk down a hall where the innkeeper tells you that there is no room in the inn. You then come into the stable where there are live animals and Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus (a real baby last night), shepherds, and angels.
Through another doorway there are the wise men around a campfire. They used to have a camel, but I am not sure what happened to it. This time there was an alpaca pretending to be a camel.
When you leave that room and look up you see the last supper.
The next scene is Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemene. After that is the cross and then the empty tomb.
The final scene asks where you will spend eternity. There is an opportunity at the end to have prayer with the workers and take communion.
After you are done you can visit a small building across the driveway for free hot chocolate and cookies. All the donations benefit our local Christian radio station, WJTL. It is a great tradition that I am glad I can experience with my family.