Jordan & Israel 2017
Tour & Live Recording
June 12-24, 2017
With Ana Paula & Gustavo Bessa + Devi & Larry Titus
All Inclusive Price starting at $5,998* from New York Area • $6,396* from Dallas • $6,296* from Florida
Your All Inclusive Journey Includes:
- Guided Sightseeing . Roundtrip International Airfare • Fuel Surcharges & Government Taxes
(Subject to Change) (Additional baggage & Optional fees may apply, see fine print for details)
- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Daily . Gratuities . Deluxe Motorcoaches . First Class Hotels & Much More!
(All prices reflect a 4% Cash Discount)
For Registrations or Questions Call: 1(800) 929-4684, option 2
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P. O. Box 6378 • Lakeland, FL 33807-6378
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$300 Due with Registration
Second Deposit Due February 27, 2017
Full Payment Due March 29, 2017
June 12 - June 24, 2017
June 12 - Departure
Your journey begins when you depart the USA on your overnight international flight.
June 13 - Arrival
Welcome to Jordan! Upon arrival in Amman, you will be met by your guide and transferred to your hotel in Petra for dinner & a good night’s rest.
June 14 - Wadi Rum 4x4 Tour, Petra, Little Petra, Gala Dinner
Today you will explore the desert of Wadi Rum, also known as '' The Valley of the Moon”. This is the place where Prince Faisal Bin Hussein and T. E. Lawrence settled their headquarters during the Arab Revolt against the Ottomans in World War I, and their exploits are intrinsically linked to the history of this region. Wadi Rum is a phenomenal, timeless place that is virtually untouched by man. It is definitely a must-see for any visitor in Jordan! Enjoy a 4x4 vehicle tour to experience the unique landscape. Enjoy a traditional Bedouin meal. The Bedouins are to this day, a semi-nomadic people known for their warm hospitality. After lunch we will explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Petra, which is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Walk through the narrow Siq which opens to the iconic Treasury Building. During the Exodus, Moses and the Israelites passed through here. Local tradition says that the spring at Wadi Musa (Valley of Moses), just outside Petra, was the place where Moses struck the rock and brought forth water. Aaron, brother of Moses and Miriam, died in Jordan and was buried in Petra at Mount Hor (Mount Aaron). Tonight enjoy a special night full of surprises in Little Petra followed by a Gala dinner!
June 15 - Mount Nebo, Dead Sea, Evening Service
This morning, visit Mount Nebo where Moses view the Promised Land before his death. On a clear day you will have an inspiring, breath-taking view across the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea to the rooftops of Jerusalem and Jericho. We will take a time there for word ministry, prayer and praise. After lunch enjoy a free afternoon at your Dead Sea Spa hotel to relax and take a dip in the salt and mineral laden waters. After dinner, join an Evening Service to prepare for the recording session.
June 16 - Jerash & Recording Session
Travel north to the ancient city of Jerash, which dates back more than 6,500 years. It is one of the best preserved Roman cities in the world. Hidden for centuries in sand before being excavated and restored over the past 70 years, Jerash is a fine example of the great Roman urbanism that is found throughout the Middle East with colonnaded and paved streets, towering temples on the hilltops, beautiful theaters, large public squares, public baths, fountains and city walls pierced by towers and gates. After lunch return to your hotel for a time to rest. Late this afternoon join the special Recording Session. Return to the hotel for dinner after the service.
June 17 - Refugee Camp Visit
Today the group will visit a refugee camp to share the joy of the Lord with people who have suffered a great deal.
June 18 - Border Crossing to Israel, Nazareth Village
Early this morning depart from your hotel and cross the border from Jordan into the Promised Land! Once in Israel, continue to Nazareth, the hometown of Jesus. Nestled by the protective embrace of the mountains, there was long ago a tiny village, which is now home to about 60,000 people - the largest Arab city in Israel. Step back in time at the Nazareth Village – a living history of the life and times of Jesus of Nazareth. While there, enjoy a typical meal that would have been served during Jesus’ time, and enjoy a Time of Praise. After lunch continue to Tiberias to check into your hotel.
June 19 - Mount of Beatitudes, Capernaum, Sea of Galilee Boat Ride, Jordan River, Special Evening Event
Stand on the Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount. From there, you can take in a breathtaking view of the Galilee. Explore Capernaum, the center of Jesus’ ministry in the Galilee. For lunch enjoy the famous St. Peter’s Fish. After lunch, set sail for a Boat Ride on the Sea of Galilee to enjoy a time of much praise and worship on the water. Finish the day together at the Jordan River where you can remember or renew your baptism. After dinner enjoy a special event full of surprises!
June 20 - Mount Carmel, Druze Village, Gan Hashlosha, Mount Scopus
Ascend Mount Carmel, overlooking the Jezreel Valley, the site where the prophet Elijah defeated the prophets of Baal. While there, take time for prayer and ministry. Visit the Druze Village of Daliyat el-Carmel for lunch, and experience this distinct ethnic people within Israeli society. After lunch, visit the beautiful Gan HaShlosha National Park which is also known by its Arabic name: Sachne which means "hot pools". Take time to swim in the natural pools of the park. Later this afternoon, make your Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem at Mount Scopus. Pray together for Jerusalem and bless the Holy Land as you share in the Ceremony of the Blessing of the Bread & Wine. Check into your Jerusalem hotel for dinner & overnight.
June 21 - Mount Zion, Upper Room, Old City, Western Wall, City of David, Hezekiah’s Tunnel, Pool of Siloam
Start your day on Mount Zion, and visit the Upper Room in remembrance of the Last Supper & the anointing of the Holy Spirit as you share in a time of prayer. Walk through the Armenian Quarter of the Old City toward the Cardo. Discovered after extensive excavations in the early 70s, the Cardo was the main street of Jerusalem, at the time of the Romans. Next, make your way through the Jewish Quarter, enjoying the excavations of the ancient city of Jerusalem. Arrive at the iconic Western Wall (Kotel) which is the holiest site in Judaism. This is the only vestige of the terrace of the ancient temple erected by Herod the Great in place of the First Temple of Jerusalem. This afternoon, visit the excavations of the City of David, considered the oldest part of Jerusalem. At the top of the city, the archaeologists found administrative buildings from the time of King David and at the bottom of it, they also found the old tunnel of the Canaanites that carried water into the city. Even after 3,000 years of history, the marks of the people of Israel and the presence of King David can be seen there. You can also see Hezekiah’s Tunnel which was dug in solid rock, and designed to act as a conduit for the Pool of Siloam, where Jesus healed a blind man.
June 22 - Bethlehem, Shepherds’ Field, House of Caiaphas, Pool of Bethesda, Mount of Olives, Prayer Service
This morning visit Bethlehem, where Jesus was born. Look out over the Shepherds’ Field where the angels proclaimed “good tidings of great joy!” This afternoon visit the House of the High Priest Caiaphas, where Jesus was arrested and where Peter denied him 3 times. See the Pool of Bethesda, where many ill people gathered, waiting for a miracle. The first person to enter the pool after the waters stirred would be miraculously healed. It was there that Jesus healed a man on the Sabbath. Stand on the Mount of Olives and take in a remarkable view of the Golden City of Jerusalem. It was here that Jesus ascended into heaven 40 days after the Resurrection. After dinner join together for a Prayer Service.
June 23 - Free Time, Via Dolorosa, Garden Tomb, Gala Dinner
This morning you have Free Time to explore on your own. After lunch, enter the Old City via the Lion’s Gate and walk the Via Dolorosa (the Way of the Cross). Exit via the Damascus Gate and walk to the Garden Tomb to reflect on the agony of the crucifixion and the miracle of the Resurrection. Share in a time of prayer and worship together in this very special place. We will finish our time together this evening at our final Gala Dinner, filled with surprises!
June 24 - Return
Return to the USA with a transformed faith and memories to last a lifetime!