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Walk where Jesus walked

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to walk where Jesus walked? Take a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee? Explore the ruins of the first-century Temple Mount in Jerusalem?

Then come with me to the Holy Land and experience the life-changing land of the Bible for yourself!  Each of my many trips to Israel has been a blessing beyond words. We learn so much about the Biblical sites and the history of the land… we grow deeper in our knowledge and love for the Scriptures… and we develop a passion for the country, the culture, and the people. A trip to Israel gives the Bible a new dimension… what a joy to be able to visualize the places in Scripture as we read about them!

We visit many Biblical sites, including:

The town of Nazareth, where Jesus grew up… Capernaum, the town where Jesus did many of His miracles….the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus gave His Sermon on the Mount… Caesarea Maritime, where Peter ministered and Paul stood on trial… The Mediterranean Sea, the Sea of Galilee, the Jordan River, and the Dead Sea — 4 famous bodies of water… Masada, the famous mountaintop fortress….. Megiddo, its spectacular ruins in the Valley of Armageddon… The Mount of Olives, The Garden of Gethsemane, The Western Wall, David’s City, and many other sites in Jerusalem. Plus so much more!

Next ISRAEL Tour Dates:


All tours are conditional based on God’s sovereign will and potential travel restrictions, both in the US and in Israel.  To see Jennifer’s typical itinerary, click the “Israel 2019” link below to view a brochure.

If you would like to be notified when Jennifer schedules her next tour, click on the “Contact Jennifer” link below. Fill out the online form and request to be notified about her future Israel tours.

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I hope you’ll prayerfully consider joining me some day as we explore the Land of the Bible!

Shalom and God bless ~ Jennifer

PS: If you’re wondering why Bethlehem is not part of our itinerary, that’s certainly a valid question. Since 1995, Bethlehem has been governed by the Palestinian National Authority and is no longer part of Israel. It is now part of the West Bank, so security is very tight and entrance to the city requires special arrangements. You can rest assured that we will never take our tour group to any area that may be politically unstable. In spite of what you may see or hear in the media, Israel is an exceptionally safe place to visit!