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The Bible will come alive when you join us on a 2-week tour of the Holy Land.

For nearly 2,000 years, visiting the home of our Savior’s birth, life, and death was impossible or extremely challenging for most Christians. Today, however, Israel is open to visitors, and the places and artifacts that make the Bible come alive are on full display. The nation’s very existence is a compelling demonstration of God’s covenant faithfulness!

Stand on the Mt. of Olives, sit on the steps to the Temple Mount, walk through Hezekiah’s Tunnel, and retrace the final steps of Jesus.
See the oldest city on earth and the site of the famous battle led by Joshua in the Old Testament.
Sea of Galilee
Sail on the Sea of Galilee, see where Jesus performed miracles, gave the Sermon on the Mount and had breakfast on the beach with his disciples.
Dead Sea
Peek in the cave where the oldest scrolls containing Biblical texts were found.
Jordan River
Put your feet in the Jordan River, where the Israelites crossed and Jesus was baptized.
Mediterranean Sea
Visit the hometown of Jonah and walk where events unfolded in the book of Acts.

Experience the land of the Bible

You can experience the land of the Bible with Dr. Doug Bookman and his merry henchmen.

Francis Chan

I remember the most intense explanation I ever heard of the gospel. I was actually in Israel… on a study trip with my old professor Doug Bookman and we were inside what they say is the garden of Gethsemane.

Jarrett & Jamie
February 2019

Thank you so much for this wonderful ministry! We have been so blessed by this trip. It has helped us to have a better understanding of Scripture and confirmed God’s faithfulness and truthfulness in regards to the veracity of Scripture. We can’t wait to share all that we’ve learned with our friends & family.

Pastor Erik
February 2019

How can I ever thank you enough for this incredible ministry!! I cannot tell you how much this has meant to me. My walk with Jesus Messiah has been so enriched. Thank you for loving the church and for sharing Israel. Shalom!