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Israel is the land of miracles. You can be part of the Miracle!

When you visit Israel you are not a tourist   You are coming home

Israel is the land of miracles. You can be part of the Miracle!

When you visit Israel you are not a tourist   You are coming home

Israel is the land of miracles. You can be part of the Miracle!

When you visit Israel you are not a tourist   You are coming home

Israel is the land of miracles. You can be part of the Miracle!

When you visit Israel you are not a tourist   You are coming home

April 27-May 6 2020

No Other Israel Tour Will Get You This Hands On!

Pray

At the Temple Mount in Jerusalem

 

  

Fulfill

The Biblical Mandate to help Israel’s Poor at a Leket Farm

 

Explore

At an archeological site near the Temple Mount

Usher

In the Sabbath with a Meal in Jerusalem with an Orthodox Rabbi

Speak

To the Israeli Government’s Christian Allies Caucus

 

Celebrate

Yom Ha’Atzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day!

Angela

“Coming on this trip cements everything I have been reading in the Word of God. You can not truly understand the Scriptures unless you come, see and connect”

Donna

“I was where Jesus was, it was so beautiful, I had a feeling of Love I have not felt in a long time. I thank God for the experience and the time. I have always been taught to pray for the Peace of Jerusalem”

Fran

“I wept with Joy, I wept with Love and I wept with Sorrow, I feel that there is so much love that is remaining that we can give.”

Phil

“Especially as a young Christian, the wealth of knowledge I gained was astonishing. The history, the experience of knowing you are part of God’s Plan is mind blowing to me.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Israel Safe?

CNN and other news sources focus on the most tense moments of conflict but Israel is in fact perfectly safe. In fact tourism rates continue to rise. 2012 and 2017 saw record breaking numbers of tourists visit the beautiful nation.

Can I get by in English?

Absolutely! Most street signs are in English, a large number of Israelis immigrated from english speaking nations, and shop keepers have excellent english.

What Will I Need to Wear?

In the day you will want to be wearing a light t-shirt and shorts as the days can be quite warm. At night when it begins to cool you will want to wear a jacket and heavier pants.

What Currency Should I have on Hand?

Israeli currency is the New Israeli Shekel. You can always withdraw shekels from the ATM’s across Israel and Visa, Mastercard and American Express are accepted at most hotels, restaurants and stores.

Will my laptop wifi and cell phone signal work?

Israel has wi-fi across the country, your cell phone however may not work with the local network and if it does you will need to get a roaming plan so call your cell provider before travelling. If your cellphone will not work, you can always get a contract free rental cell when you arrive.

Are there any special Passport requirements?

Yes! Israel requires your passport have an expiry date six months beyond the date you leave Israel to return home so absolutely make sure your passport meets that requirement!

Should I have any Medical Concerns?

Israel is a first world country with more professionally trained doctors than anywhere else. You will not need any special innoculations prior to travel, the water is safe to drink and many medications available in America are also easily available in Israel.

Will visiting Israel impede my ability to travel elsewhere?

No. Like many European nations Israel no longer stamps passports so after visiting the country there will be no issue travelling elsewhere.

Are all restaurants kosher? Are stores open Saturday?

Because many of Israel’s citizens are Christian, kosher adherence is not required by the Government. While government offices are closed, as well as many Jewish owned shops, there will always be non kosher foods available, and there will be lots of places to shop around on Saturday.