From The Journey
In the holy land, where every stone has a story to tell, we take a break on the road to Jerusalem and explore what daily life in the time of Christ was like:
The rock-hewn churches of Lalibela; St. Mary’s church where the Ark of the Covenant is believed to lie; the castles of Gondar; the monasteries of Bahir Dar; these few highlights barely scratch the surface of the immense hidden treasure trove waiting to be explore.
The area around the Sea of Galilee is rich in biblical sites. One site that no visitor should miss is Cana.
Though it may not be considered a wealthy nation by economic standards, Ethiopia is a land immensely rich culture and heritage. The country is old beyond imagination, home of “Lucy” the 3 million years old human ancestor, but it also offers modern conveniences for visitors.
It can be difficult to summarize all the senses, emotions and learnings one experiences when visiting the lands of the bible for the first time.
A timeless, heartwarming message from one of our beloved pastors and group leaders, Senior Pastor Dr. Gregory T. Pouncey, delivered while leading a group in the Holy Land
Another highlight from the Journey – a prayer lead by one of our fellow travellers, on sacred ground alongside the Sea of Galilee.
Greece is known for its deep blue seas, vibrant seaside towns, and innumerable historic treasures. But for the Christian traveler, Greece holds special meaning. It is here where Paul the Apostle
As we all pray for open skies and future travel to the Holyland, enjoy a virtual mini-tour of the setting of Nativity from one of our favorite guides.
One of our highlights from 2018: about 1000 Christians joined us for a life-changing experience in the Holyland.
Although quaint and unassuming, the little Bavarian town of Oberammergau is known around the world as the home of its centuries-old tradition – The Passion Play.
The Israelites had left oppression in Egypt and were in the Sinai Peninsula. At God’s command, Moses directed the building of a tabernacle, or tent, which would hold the Ark of the Covenant and other sacred objects.
It was on my third visit to the Holy Land that I learned why Christians travel to Jerusalem. In March, 1974, I was asked to escort Rev. Kash Amburgy from South Lebanon, Ohio to Israel. The good Reverend was not only a preacher, but he was also an entrepreneur who built over 350 homes.
My first trip to the Holyland was forty-five years ago. I was 22 years old and working for Wholesale Tours International (WTI), one of the first American companies that focused on faith-based travel to Israel.
A life-changing experience: How a visit to the Holy Land transformed Harry from student of the bible to a leader in the Travel Ministry
As a faithful student of the Bible and active Church member I had never considered a trip to Israel. That all changed when a visiting Pastor Theopholius Carroll, who would later become my mentor, announced to our congregation that he would be leading a trip there on his 40th tour.
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