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2021 BJU Holy Land Tours

A Study Tour in the Land of Israel

With an Optional Extension to Jordan and Egypt

 

Journey to the land that God promised to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Examine the excavations at Caesarea on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea where Peter proclaimed the Gospel to the first Gentile converts and where Paul testified before Roman governors. Marvel at the spectacular vista of the Valley of Armageddon, the rugged mountain fortress of Masada and the stark beauty of the Dead Sea. Sail across the Sea of Galilee to visit villages where Jesus lived, preached and performed miracles. Reflect on God’s gracious plan of redemption as you view Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives and follow the footsteps of Jesus through the narrow streets of the ancient city.

Our tour will also offer an optional 4-day extension to visit the highlights of Jordan and Egypt, where you will be able to view the Promised Land from the top of Mount Nebo, explore the ancient rock-city of Petra, gaze at the amazing Sphinx and the Great Pyramids of Egypt, and much more.

We invite you to join us for an unforgettable opportunity to experience the geography and culture that influenced the daily life of prophets, priests and kings. After soaking up the sights and sounds of the Holy Land, you will return with a fresh appreciation for the truth of God’s Word, and you will never be the same again.

Tour Information
Due to an increased interest in the Holy Land, this year we are offering two identical tours. The first tour will be March 12-22, and the second tour May 11–21 (both tours offer the additional 4-day extension to Jordan and Egypt). BJU president Steve Pettit will host the May tour.

If you have any questions, please contact the tour leader, Dr. Gary Reimers: greimers@bju.edu or (864) 907-3657. Seats are limited and reservations are on a first-come basis.

You can download a copy of the March 2021 Brochure or the May 2021 Brochure.

Sign up by October 1 for the March Tour or by December 10 for the May Tour to qualify for the early-registration discount of $100.