Reformation Heroes tours 2017

Dr. Lutzer examines the Protestant Reformation and analyzes it’s contemporary relevance and importance to Christian culture. Although the players and context are different, almost all of the conflicts that were going on during the Protestant Reformation can be seen today. Participate in one of our Christian Reformation Tours where we dive into topics such as,…

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We see in the Bible that the place where Jesus was crucified was called: Golgotha in the language of the Hebrews Kranion in Greek Calvarius (where “Calvary” is derived) in Latin All of these words mean skull or place of the skull. One belief suggests that it could be called “skull” because of what scripture tells us.…

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sirena- Oceania ship

Perfect for the Teaching Pastor Many pastors we talk to want to lead a teaching tour. However, they are hesitant to take that first leap, nailing down a date and an itinerary. With so many locations available and Biblically relevant sites to choose from, it can seem overwhelming the first time a teaching pastor schedules a tour. 7…

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Have you ever pondered what is meant by “the gate of Heaven?” In Genesis 28:17 we read where Jacob falls asleep and has heavenly visions. He describes a “stairway resting on the earth, with its top reaching to heaven,” in Genesis 28:12. And, in Genesis 28:17 he says, “How awesome is this place! This is…

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A common problem that arises for Christians, traveling to Israel and Jordan, is the lack of tour guides available who have an understanding of Evangelical Christian faith.  Because there are different beliefs and values under the “Christian umbrella,” it can be difficult to find evangelical Christian tour guides in Israel that suit your Christian group travel needs. “For instance, Catholics,…

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A Jewish flag near the Western Wall, close by the rejoicing stone

We May See a Bible Prophecy Fulfilled with Discovery of Rejoicing Stone in Israel A paraphrased inscription of Isaiah 66:14, discovered in fairly recent history, has many researchers concluding that Ezekiel’s prophecy in 37:5-14 has been fulfilled. The inscribed stone was found by Benjamin Marzar in 1967 and is now called the “Rejoicing Stone.” It can be…

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Use Pastor Appreciation Month to show them your thanks October is the official Pastor Appreciation Month, dedicated to appreciating everything that our Pastors do throughout the year. Sometimes we forget that Pastors don’t just work on Sundays when they get up to preach! The reality is that most Pastors are always on-call (day or night) and spend countless hours…

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mysterious archaeological discovery

(Photo courtesy Israel Antiquities Authority/Shai Halevy) From theblaze.com: Theblaze.com featured an interesting story earlier this week about a mysterious archaeological discovery of a staircase in the City of David from the time right after Jesus’ last days. Excavation Director, Dr. Joe Uziel, told theblaze, “the structure excavated in the City of David is an integral part of…

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Hagia Sophia Interior

Our Christian cruises, that visit Turkey, always include the church of Hagia Sophia (which means “holy wisdom”).  This church was first dedicated in 360 by Emperor Constantius II, son of the city’s founder, Emperor Constantine. During this early time period, the church served as the cathedral, or bishop’s seat. It had originally been called  Megale…

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