Israel (24 April – 3 May)


Caesarea Maritima, site of Pontius Pilate’s headquarters and of Paul’s defense before King Agrippa, and first stop of our first full day in Israel


I’ve been asked to mention, once more, the trip to Israel that my wife and I will be leading at the end of April and the beginning of May.


Apparently, there are still some spaces available on the tour.


This will likely be the last group that we’ll lead to Israel for at least a couple of years, and maybe more.  (We want to take a break, and do something different.)


Seeing the land of the Bible is a life-changing experience.  It will certainly change the way you read and understand the Old and New Testaments.



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  • Michael P.

    Looks very interesting. I loved my two trips to Israel — especially Masada and Golan Heights.

    To your knowledge, has the LDS Church taken a position on the historical accuracy of the location of certain religious sites in Jerusalem (e.g. Christ’s tomb in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Garden of Gethsemane, etc.)? And if not, do the trips you lead include your opinions on their historical accuracy? (I understand that, to many, the question is irrelevant.)