Articles from Israel

Israel Archaeology: The Pilgrim’s Road

Few current archaeological digs in Israel are as exciting as the excavation of the Pilgrim’s Road. In the past, as many as 2 million pilgrims walked this road on festival...   Read more

Photo Essay: What Israel Travelers See and Say

“One incredible moment after another!” That’s how our tour passengers describe their journeys through Israel. Travel is always a privilege, and for followers of Jesus, no privilege compares to that...   Read more

Magdala – The Astonishing Discovery of a Biblical Village

The first-century port town of Migdal (now named Magdala after Mary Magdalene) is home to an ongoing excavation that’s captured the attention of historians and scholars as well as spiritual...   Read more

Praying for the Peace and Prosperity of Jerusalem

You likely already know the prominent place Jerusalem plays in biblical prophecy and God’s plan for Believers. His plans are still unfolding…which is why the exhortation of Psalm 122 is...   Read more

Heroes of the Holy Land: The Must-See Friends of Zion Museum

The Friends of Zion Museum (also known as “the FOZ”) in downtown Jerusalem is a unique museum with a powerful focus. FOZ shares the significant historical story of Jewish survival,...   Read more

Ready to Dive In?

By Kathy Ross Sometimes we all need a little nudge to try something new. You may think it strange that Hugh and I needed a nudge to choose Hawaii as...   Read more

Reaching the Ones We Would Rather Avoid

By Lysa TerKeurst   There were many places I had dreamed of visiting in the Holy Land. Sights and sounds I anticipated would move my heart deeply as I walked...   Read more

The Garden Tomb: A Photo Tour of This Sacred Oasis in Jerusalem

“At the place where Jesus was crucified, there was a garden, and in the garden a new tomb, in which no one had ever been laid”—John 19:41. With Easter approaching,...   Read more

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Measures and Treasures: Beka Stone Discovery Sheds New Light on the Ancient Temple

Israel is a study in contrasts. As our travelers know, a visitor can stand on a top floor of a gleaming, modern, high-rise hotel or office building, then look out...   Read more

At Qasr Al-Yahud, peace returns to one of Israel’s most holy sites

From the streets of Jerusalem to the quiet shores of the Sea of Galilee, Israel is saturated with places of soul-stirring spiritual significance. But until recently, one of the most...   Read more

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