Thursday, September 9, 2010

Noah's Ark Attracts Tourists in Lucban Quezon


There's a concrete replica of Noah's Ark in Lucban, Quezon, in The Philippines. It's part of the Kamay ni Hesus Healing Center of Father Joey Faller, a Catholic healing priest who found his true calling in life as a servant of God after he discovered that he can heal people of many illnesses. After an accident which caused the last finger of one of his hands to curl permanently, he set out to fulfill his destiny to heal people, and eventually established the Center with a church and Bible-themed park for those in search of healing through God.

The Ark of Noah is just one of the many attractions of the Kamay ni Hesus Healing Center, with the main one being the Grotto with the 50-foot monument of Jesus Christ at the top of a hill. Noah's Ark is really a building with an exterior made to resemble the ancient boat where Noah's family took refuge from the Great Flood along with pairs of animals. At the time these photos were taken, it was still under construction.

The Kamay ni Hesus Healing Center is found in Lucban, Quezon. Those interested can read more about it in this article:

Kamay ni Hesus Healing Church



Have you ever wished you could build your own giant Noah's Ark? You really don't need much! All you have to do is order this Giant Noah's Ark floor jigsaw puzzle. It's cheap!

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