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Come With Me to the Holy Land—and Egypt!

Picture yourself standing at the Sea of Galilee, with the waves lapping against your feet. Now imagine looking up at the massive Temple Mount in Jerusalem from the very steps Jesus climbed to get there. Or stare wide-eyed at the massive pyramids in Egypt

(Photo: Three Great Pyramids of Giza. Courtesy of the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands)

Here’s the amazing truth: you don’t have to just imagine it—you can experience it!

I’m sending you this special note about my upcoming tour to the Holy Land in October 2020. This tour to Israel promises to be spectacular and even offers an optional pre-tour to Egypt! Egypt is amazing and gives such insight into the Bible lands and the Word of God.

Take a moment now to check out the details of our upcoming tour in October 2020.

  • Watch the video of the beautiful sites.
  • Scan the itinerary of biblical places.
  • Dream a little—and imagine yourself there.

Really there . . . at the places you’ve read about all your life.

Click to watch video testimonials from those who experienced the same tour you’ll experience.

We’re limiting space on this tour to one bus—because the experience is SO much better with a smaller group. But that also means space is limited. I do hope you’ll join us for this once-in-a-lifetime journey.

I hope you’ll join us for this journey through the Holy Land (and Egypt)!

Overlooking Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives tombs

(Photo: Overlooking Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives tombs. Courtesy of the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands)

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