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Special Offer: Prepaid tips ($168 value) are included
for bookings made prior to March 20, 2018
Join Justin Peters and Pastor Jim Harris on this Christian Holy Land tour to see the best of Israel, with leisure time and special moments built in, to make the most of visiting the land of the Bible. All our visits and stops will be geared toward easy walking and accessibility, with options, for those who want to do some further exploration, to take special visits lead by our experts!
The total cost of the Israel tour is $4,399. The tour includes round-trip airfare from New York (Newark) with add-ons from other cities. It includes hotels for the duration of your tour, all transportation, most meals (excludes some lunches), all entrance fees, teachings, fuel surcharges and as an added bonus – there is a tip and beverage package for all bookings received prior to March 20, 2018. For bookings after March 20, the tip and beverage package is $168 per person. Mobility challenged? Special opportunity for up to 3 participants who use a mobility application*.
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*This tour is unique in that we have a special bus to accommodate guests who have walking limitations (and may need devices to aid in their participation), yet the tour won’t limit those who enjoy activity. In many cases there will be one drop off for those that want to explore on foot without restriction and another drop off closer for those who prefer to limit walking. It is the bus and special rooms with access that makes this possible.
Philosophy of Ministry Statement:
“It is of the utmost importance to us to be kept humble. Consciousness of self-importance is a hateful delusion, but one into which we fall as naturally as weeds grow on a dunghill. We cannot be used of the Lord but that we also dream of personal greatness, we think ourselves almost indispensible to the church, pillars of the cause, and foundations of the temple of God. We are nothings and nobodies, but that we do not think so is very evident, for as soon as we are put on the shelf we begin anxiously to enquire, ‘How will the work go on without me?’ As well might the fly on the coach wheel enquire, ‘How will the mails be carried without me?’ Far better men have been laid in the grave without having brought the Lord’s work to a standstill, and shall we fume and fret because for a little season we must lie upon the bed of languishing? God sometimes weakens our strength in a way at the precise juncture when our presence seems most needed to teach us that we are not necessary to God’s work, and that when we are most useful, He can easily do without us. If this be the practical lesson, the rough schooling may be easily endured for assuredly it is beyond all things desirable that self should be kept low and the Lord alone be magnified.”
– Charles H. Spurgeon, “Laid Aside, Why?,” The Sword and Trowel, May, 1876, London.
- Expositional Preaching – Preaching God’s Word Verse by Verse.
- Clouds Without Water – A Biblical Critique of the Word-Faith (Prosperity gospel) Movement.
- Conferences – Preaching/Teaching.
For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things. To Him be glory forever. Amen.
– Romans 11:36