Partners In Prayer Israel Tour 2018

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Partners in Prayer aims to introduce people to the land of the Bible by exploring God’s Word and traveling to the nation of Israel. We put wings to the mandate given to us by scripture, “I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you, and the entire world will be blessed because of you.” Genesis 12:3. Visiting the land of Israel is a great way to bless and be blessed!

Son Broadcasting’s Partners in Prayer invite you to join us as we travel to Israel in its 70th year.  If you have dreamed of going and walking in the steps of Yeshua, this is your time.  If you have been before and said you would return, this is your time.  Come join us November 27th to December 7th.  The price is $3,695 from Albuquerque.  For more details give us a call at 505.345.1991.  A $500 deposit will reserve your seat.  Let’s walk the land together, let’s worship on the Sea of Galilee, let’s meet the people and experience the Bible come to life!
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2018 Israel Tour Highlights & Information!

November 27th – Day 1: Departure from Albuquerque (Tuesday)

Albuquerque to San Francisco

November 28th – Day 2: Arrival at Ben Gurion (Wednesday)

International Airport, Tel Aviv.  Transfer from Ben Gurion Airport to the hotel.

Overnight: Leonardo Plaza Hotel – Netanya

 November 29th – Day 3: Mediterranean Sea / Sea of Galilee (Thursday)

Caesarea – The ancient Roman seaport capital, where the first gentile was baptized.  Here we will tour the Roman aqueduct, restored theatre, Herod’s Palace and Crusader city.

Beit She’arim – Series of catacombs near the ancient Jewish town that bears a unique testimony to Rabbi Judah, the Patriarch who is credited with Jewish renewal after 135 AD.

Sepphoris – “The ornament of the Galilee,” capital of the Galilee during the time of Yeshua.

Mt. Arbel – The Cliff Fortress and outlook vantage point of the entire Sea of Galilee.

Overnight: Nof Ginosar – Sea of Galilee

November 30th – Day 4: Sea of Galilee (Friday)

Ginosar Boat Museum – The preserved fishing boat from the days of Yeshua.

Capernaum – The base of Yeshua’s Galilee Ministry!  Here He found His disciples, healed the sick, preached in the synagogue and performed miracles.

Mount of Beatitudes – The hill where Yeshua delivered His Sermon on the Mount.  Enjoy the peace and tranquility and walk down to the lake (Matt. 5).

Bethsaida – “The House of the Fisherman” home of Peter, Phili, and Andrew.  The place where Yeshua fed the five thousand and healed a blind man.

Migdal (Magdala) – The Jewish town recently excavated and the Synagogue From the time of Yeshua.

(Kursi – The site of Gergesa and the “Miracle of the Swine” (if time permits)

Fish Lunch – Traditional “St. Peter Fish

Boat ride – Memorable boat ride and time to fellowship on the Sea of Galilee

Korazim – Ancient Synagogue and Jewish town.  Yeshua rebuked the town for the lack of faith and for spurning his miracles.

Overnight: Nof Ginosar – Sea of Galilee

December 1st – Day 5: Upper Galilee and Golan (Shabbat)

Tel Hatzor – Largest old testament era site in Israel – “The head of all those kingdoms”

Tel Dan – Beautiful Biblical site and a walk around one of the rivers feeding the Jordan.

Caesarea Philippi (Banias) – The city of goat-footed god, Pan.  It was here that Yeshua revealed to His disciples who He was…

Mt. Hermon – Mountain of Transfiguration – The strategic importance of the Highest mountain.

Golan Heights – Learn its strategic importance from the Peace Lookout and /or Mt. Bental (possible briefing with IDF officer, Major Elliot Chodoff)

Bet Habad Katzrin – Olive Oil manufacturer)

Overnight: Nof Ginosar – Sea of Galilee

December 2nd – Day 6: Galilee – Samaria – Jerusalem (Sunday)

Beit She’an – After losing in battle to the Philistines, King Saul and his sons were hung from the city walls.  One of the 10 cities of the Decapolis.  The largest of Israel archeological digs.  The ancient city offers a fabulous insight into Roman life and times.

Beit Alfa Synagogue – Ancient Byzantine mosaic

Or Gideon Spring – Gideon dismissed 22,000 potential warriors and chose 300!

Mt. Gerizim – Appears in the Pentateuch as the mountain of the Blessing and plays a prominent role in Samaritan tradition.  View place of Joshua’s altar on Mt. Ebal.

Shiloh – Major Israelite cultic center and place of the Tabernacle before the first Temple was built in Jerusalem.

Bethel of Psagot Winery

Mount of Olives – Shehecheyanu Blessing and Toast.

Overnight: Dan Boutique – Jerusalem

December 3rd – Day 7: Jerusalem (Monday)

Masada – Herod’s mountaintop palace and fortress.  We will learn about the last Jewish stand against the Romans and the mass suicide of the Jewish defenders.

Ein Gedi – The beautiful oasis that hosts the caves where David hid from Saul.

Qumran – We will visit the excavated site and view the location where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found.

Dead Sea Swim

Jericho – Drive by the “City of Palms”, oldest and lowest city in the world.

Valley of the Shadows – Breathtaking view at the Judean and St. George Byzantine Monastery

Overnight: Dan Boutique – Jerusalem

December 4th – Day 8: Jerusalem and Inner Valleys (Tuesday)

Knesset & Menora – The parliament of Israel and the special gift and act of Reconciliation from the United Kingdom.

Shrine of the Book – Here, we can see the original fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Israel Museum Model – A fabulous reconstruction of Herodian Jerusalem and Temple will enable us a better understanding of Jerusalem from the time of Yeshua.

Israel Museum Archeology – Cisterns, chambers, oil presses, baths, stables, Columbaria, burial caves and more, the underground of the former Hellenistic Towns of Maresha and Beit Guvrin.

Tel Azekah and Valley of Elah – the immortal battle of David and Goliath. (Tel Lachish – second most important fortified city of Judea after Jerusalem.  A key city for the conquest of Assyria.  View the Assyrian siege ramp, and the new excavation of the gate complex.)

Overnight: Dan Boutique – Jerusalem

December 5th – Day 9: Jerusalem (Wednesday)

Mt. of Olives

Garden of Gethsemane – The site where Yeshua prayed at the Rock of Agony in the Garden then was later arrested.

Church of St. Anne – Located by the pools of Bethesda where Yeshua healed the paralytic.

Via Dolorosa and Church of the Holy Sepulcher – On grounds of “tradition alone”, the church that is the best candidate for the location of the crucifixion and the tomb of Messiah’s burial.

Jewish Quarter and Herodian Mansion – Walk through the Cardo Maxima, Hezekiah’s wide wall, Herodian Mansion (possible house of Caiaphas where Yeshua was imprisoned).

Temple Institute – Learn about different aspects of the Biblical commandment to build the Holy Temple.  See the furnishings of the Temple, priests garments…

Shorashim – Building a bridge between Christians and Jews.  A talk with Moshe Kempinsky.

Overnight:  Dan Boutique – Jerusalem

December 6th – Day 10: Jerusalem (Thursday)

Temple Mount – Mount Moriah where Abraham almost sacrificed his only son, site of first and second Temples and Yeshua conflicted with the Sadducees.

Western Wall (Kotel) – Formerly known as “The Wailing Wall”, the holiest place for the Jews.  Some may wish to leave a prayer in the crevices of the wall or to pray there.

Rabbinical Tunnel – Descend to the entire length of the Western Wall and see its greatest foundation stone.

Eastern Gate – Walk along the entire Eastern wall, viewing the Golden Gate, Pinnacle of the Temple, Kidron Valley and Mount of Olives.

City of David – We will be guided through the site and new excavation including an opportunity to walk through Hezekiah’s tunnel then resurface at the Pool of Siloam.

Pilgrimage Tunnel to Southern Temple area and Davidson Center – South wall excavations, Southern Steps and gates of the Temple.

Garden Tomb – Traditional site of the Garden Tomb.  Many believe that this was the actual garden of Joseph of Arimathea.

Friends of Zion Museum or Music Museum (if time permits)

Overnight: Dan Boutique – Jerusalem

December 7th – Day 11: Jerusalem (Friday – Erev Shabbat)

Ayalon Institute – Bullet Factory.  Fascinating and mysterious stories in the history of the struggle for the establishment of the State of Israel under the nose of the British.

Drive by Emmaus and Valley of Ayalon – Here Joshua Bin-Nun met his enemies and Judah the Maccabi confronted his foes.  Here Yeshua appeared after his death and resurrection.

Yad Vashem – Israel’s national monument, memorial, and museum to the Holocaust.

Mahane Yehuda Market – “The Shuk” one of the most famous food markets in the Middle East transformed into one of Jerusalem’s main cultural centers.

Ein Kerem – Picturesque traditional birthplace of John the Baptist surrounded by green hills, forest and church towers.

Farewell Dinner and Transfer to the airport for flight after midnight.

December 8th – Day 12: Return to the USA

Disclaimer:  Due to the days being shorter, it may not be possible to see everything that is listed.  We reserve the right to change portions of this itinerary in order to make sure you get the very best experience.  

Cost: $3,695 per person

Deposit: $500 ($300 refundable up to 09/04/2018)

Price Includes:

  • Airline: From Albuquerque to Tel Aviv and back
  • Hotels
  • Touring in a deluxe air-conditioned motor coach
  • English speaking guide
  • Full Israeli breakfast and dinner for the days of touring (soft drinks excluded)
  • Porterage at hotels
  • Entrance fees to all sites/activities
  • Tips for tour guide/driver/hotel

Not Included:

  • Lunches (approximately $15 per day)
  • Snacks, water, souvenirs or gifts
  • Robe for baptism or items of a personal nature
  • Travel Insurance (Highly recommended) with Travel Insured International
  • Additional increase in fuel charges Any items not mentioned

2018 ISRAEL TRIP REGISTRATION FORM

For more information call Jamie Lujan at 505-288-4849 or email us here