A pilgrimage to the Holy Land offers the devout Christian a unique opportunity to engage with their faith and religious history, in a manner not possible by bible study. It literally offers an opportunity to walk in the footsteps of Christ and feel his presence… separated only by time. Simply put, it will change your life!

The significance of the Holy Land partly stems from the religious importance of Jerusalem, the holiest city to Judaism, the historical region of Jesus' ministry. Pilgrims visit the Holy Land to touch and see physical manifestations of their faith, confirm their beliefs in the holy context with collective excitation, and connect personally to the Holy Land. This is the land that breaths life to the bible; where imagination is replaced by realism. So when you read the bible after the visit, you will always connect back to the authenticity of history.

The Holy Land is where it all started; the lands into which Abraham first walked from Ur, the land which God promised to Abraham and his descendants. The belief in one God started here and this land is where Isaac, Jacob, Sara and Lea lived.

Only in the Holy Land will you be able to walk where Jesus walked, to see and feel the places where the disciples walked with the Lord, where Jesus preformed his miracles and the place where he was nailed to the cross to forgive the sins of all Christians.

The Holy Land
Holy Sepulchre
Mount Zion
Via Dolorosa
Holy Sepulchre
Holy Land
Old City
The Church of Primacy
Via Dolorosa
Church of Dominus Flevit
Cana of Galilee