Let’s Go to the Holy Land

July 1, 2006

In January 2007 Marlene and I will be hosting a ten-day tour to Israel. When I was with Wood Kroll at Back to the Bible last month, he told me that he has been to Israel at least once every year since 1964. When I asked what tour operator he recommended, he immediately replied, “Maranatha Tours in Phoenix.” After talking with a variety of tour operators, we became convinced that Maranatha would help us plan the very best tour possible. We will be staying in deluxe hotels every night. The price quoted is all-inclusive for airfare, hotels and meals plus tips and taxes. You can fly from Chicago, Atlanta or New York. We will depart on January 17 and return on January 26. January is an ideal time to visit Israel because the crowds are smaller, and the prices are a bit lower. Here is the cover of the tour brochure:
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You can view the entire brochure online in Part 1, Part 2 , Part 3 and Part 4. You can also read the invitation letter plus comments by members of our previous tours.
Marlene and I invite you to join us for this trip of a lifetime. You will see Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Capernaum, Caesarea, Tiberias, Nazareth, Jericho, and much more. We will sail on the Sea of Galilee where the Son of God calmed the storm, walk along the Via Dolorosa on our way to Calvary, and stand on the Hill of Megiddo—the place known as Armageddon in the Book of Revelation. We will take a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee, worship at the Garden Tomb, and walk through the walled city of Old Jerusalem. Now picture yourself, Bible in hand, reliving those life-changing moments at the very spots where they occurred! I will be teaching the Word all along the way.
If you would like a brochure, or if you have questions, please send me an email. If you have friends that you think might like to go with us, send me their names and addresses and we will send them a brochure. You can contact me at ray@keepbelieving.com. Or you can call 708-280-5028.

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