Have you always wanted to visit the land of the Bible, but kept putting it off for one reason or another? Here’s a terrific opportunity to check that off your bucket list and have an unforgettable experience: Campbell University Divinity School is sponsoring a trip to Israel, the West Bank, and Jordan May 18-30, and we have room for about 20 more participants.
You can join me, associate dean Barry Jones, premier tour guide Doron Heiliger, and a delightful group of students and other friends of the divinity school in exploring the lands that Abraham and Moses, David and Solomon, Jesus and the Twelve called home.
Unlike regular tourist groups, we’ll spend more time at significant archaeological sites, visit with Palestinian Christians in the West Bank, and spend an afternoon getting our hands dirty in an actual dig. After four days touring in Galilee, we’ll spend two days in Jordan, where we’ll visit the incomparable ancient city of Petra. We’ll visit the amazing ruins of Masada and have a chance to float in the Dead Sea. And of course, we’ll spend considerable time in and about the city of Jerusalem, where we’ll explore both above ground and beneath it.
For more information about the tour, you can email me at email@example.com or student services director Lynn Brinkley at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can always call Lynn at 910-814-4397 and ask for a brochure, or download one from the school website here.
You’ll be glad you did.