Israel study tour scheduled May 5-16, 2014

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

 

In May, Corban University professors Tim Anderson, Ph.D., and Greg Trull, Ph.D., will lead a study tour to the Holy Lands in Israel with the Reid Saunders Association.

Between May 5 and 16, they will lead a group of up to 35 students, parents and alumni on a memorable journey to visit Old and New Testament sites and study the Word of God where actual events took place.

The itinerary will include Masada, Qumran, Jericho, Dan, Mount of Beatitudes, Capernaum, Sea of Galilee, Nazareth, Megiddo, Mount Carmel, Mount of Olives, Gethsemane, Dead Sea Scrolls Museum, Hezekiah’s Tunnel, Old City Jerusalem, City of David, Temple Mount, Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Via Dolorosa, Gethsemane and the Garden Tomb.

“Our goal for the trip is to experience the places where God has done some of His greatest works in Scripture,” Anderson said. “We will visit many incredible sites from the Word. Going from reading and studying the Scripture to experiencing the places where Scripture happened is like going from black and white television to high-def. It will add a new depth to one's understanding and appreciation of the Bible and open our hearts to the Lord's people who live in the Land today.”

The journey to Israel costs $1,850 plus airfare. It includes lodging, meals, professional guides, entrance fees, taxes and land transportation. The maximum number of travelers is limited, giving each individual a personal experience they will never forget.

An initial deposit of $250 is required by Nov. 6 to reserve a place on the tour. The $1,600 balance is due by March 21, 2014.

For more information please contact:

Brett Butcher

Reid Saunders Association

brett@reidsaunders.org

503-581-7394

Dr. Tim Anderson

Corban University

tanderson@corban.edu

503-589-8120

Dr. Greg Trull

Corban University

gtrull@corban.edu

503-315-2943

  • The Israel Study Tour is an opportunity to learn about the Holy land from Corban Professor of Theology Tim Anderson, Ph.D., and Corban's Dean of the School of Ministry Greg Trull, Ph.D., 

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