For 2,000 years, Christians from all over the world have journeyed to the Holy Land, the source of their spiritual heritage. With a Bible in their hand, they’ve walked in the places where Jesus walked, prayed, and preached. The feeling’s you will undergo on this trip will enhance your faith as you experience God’s grace and inner peace in a way you’ve not experienced before.
Brother Scotty and I invite you to join us for a once-in-a-lifetime experience to see the places where Jesus lived His earthly life. We will enjoy the beautiful vistas of Galilee. We will walk the way of the cross and experience the power of Holy Communion at the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem. A pilgrimage to the Holy Land has inspired millions through the years. You too will be inspired as you walk where Jesus walked.
As one of His twenty-first century disciples, you will have the opportunity to see firsthand the places you read about in the Bible. Places like Bethlehem, where Jesus was born and the Mt. of Beatitudes where He fed the five thousand. Sail the Sea of Galilee where He stilled the storm. Come with us to see where the walls of Jericho came tumbling down; visit the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth. See the Upper Room, the Garden of Gethsemane, Calvary, and the Empty Tomb. Stand on the Temple Mount where Abraham offered up Isaac and contemplate what Isaac represented. We will visit the Mt. of Olives and gaze upon Jerusalem’s Eastern Gate where our Lord shall return one day. You probably have already been baptized in water, but we will do it again in the Jordan River. After your trip, reading the Bible will never be the same. As you read, you will be reminded of the places you have seen personally.
This journey is not simply about seeing historical sites, however. It is about experiencing our Lord in a way that will dramatically change your life. After this trip, it is my prayer that you will understand Him more, love Him greater, and serve Him more abundantly.
We hope you will join us. This will truly be an unforgettable trip of a lifetime!
Bishop Ronald Wilson
First Assistant General Superintendent