Investigate how the ancient Jewish practice of religious study is flourishing today in modern Israel. Visit two different types of Yeshivot (religious seminaries) and discover how we can recover a love of learning in the Christian tradition.
Discipleship Tours: The Bible as a Source of Inspiration
This special tour for men follows in the footsteps of the great men of the Bible, analyzing their relationship with God to teach modern man spiritual lessons: how to be a leader of many (Moses); how to find forgiveness in God’s eyes (King David); how to follow God even if He asks things that seem strange (Peter visiting Cornelius), and more.
Visit to the Biblical City of David, the very roots of Jerusalem, where archeology confirms the Bible: an in-depth examination of seminal Biblical texts in the midst of one of the most fascinating archaeological sites in the world.
Also on this tour
Visit the CJCUC (Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation). The CJCUC is a unique center, established by orthodox Jews who want to recuperate and deepen Christian-Jewish relations. Take part in a Bible teaching with a rabbi.
Visit the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount
All Israelis at 18 are expected to enroll in the army. Their mission is a special one- to protect and guard the Jewish People and their homeland. Join a Military Training Day, gaining valuable insights into different ways to serve in a mission, how to respond to urgent situations and the importance of keeping together.
“Leaving Nazareth, he (Jesus) went and lived in Capernaum. From that time he began to preach” (Matthew 4: 13,17). Visit the ruins of Capernaum, the home of Jesus as well as the apostles Peter, Andrew, James and John and the tax collector Matthew.