OUR NEXT PASTORS' HOLY LAND TOUR
What not to pack is as important as what to pack for a tour. Our advice: Pack your passport, necessary medications, extra eyeglasses and three days of clothing in your carry-on.
Our friend Omer Eshel hosts six videos produced by the Israel Ministry of Tourism on The Garden Tomb, Mount of Olives, Mount Tabor, Bet Shean, Megiddo, and River Jordan baptism site.
Make your tour more memorable by reading about popular Israeli foods, including falafels and St. Peter's Fish, Israel's must-see sites, Holy Land experiences, and memorable souvenirs.
Pastor Jerry and Sandy Clark, who have led dozens of spiritual journeys to Israel, can make it easier for pastors to organize customized tours for their congregations. Call 1-888-658-1126.
Join pastors with a heart for Israel on the January 2017 Israel Solidarity Mission, hosted by Jerry Clark Ministries and Tours to Israel. Tour details to be announced in 2016.
It's the question most people contemplating a tour to Israel ask. Or their family members ask. Despite news reports, yes, it is safe for guided tours. And, yes, God is in control.
Here are answers to your most frequently asked questions regarding Israeli food, the need for shots, speaking Hebrew, exchanging money, and proper clothing for a Holy Land tour.
Always wanted to pray at the Western Wall? Join one of these upcoming church tours with itineraries including the Western Wall, River Jordan baptism, Sea of Galilee boat ride.