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Join Jeremiahs Call Ministries (JCM) for the trip of a lifetime!

JCM is a ministry out of Colorado that is passionate about being a Jeremiah voice in a noisy world. We aim to teach boldly, yet humbly, the Word of God, and live what it teaches. We are based off of Colossians 1:28, to preach and teach God’s word in such a way that you come away with a richer understanding of your Hebraic roots, a passion to want to know Yeshua your Savior, and inspired to live out a Spirit-filled and Spirit-led life. We are passionate about educating believers on why Israel is important, which is why we believe there is no better place to bring the Bible to life for you than a trip to the holy land itself. Our itinerary is designed to take you on a journey of history and faith you will not soon forget!

Tour Leader: Carole Urbas and JCM Team Members

Carole Urbas is a Christian author and bible study teacher. She’s held leadership positions at churches and non-profit organizations for 20 years before launching Jeremiahs Call Ministries. Carole, and the amazing team at JCM are committed to strengthening the body of Christ with counter culture teachings rooted in God’s word, with the hope of inspiring believers to joyfully and reverently live from His Word, and help others do the same. Carole co-hosts the JCM Prepare the Way Podcast and resides with her husband, Len, along with their four children, in Colorado.

https://www.jeremiahscall.org

JEREMIAHS CALL MINISTRIES  ANCIENT PATHWAYS TOUR

Day 1 (Sunday , October 8th ) – WELCOME TO ISRAEL!

Arrive Ben Gurion Airport. Meet and assist by Immanuel Tours representative who will meet you and lead you through Passport Control, collection of luggage and lead you to your guide and driver.

Transfer to Hotel Vert Lagoon in Netanya for dinner and overnight.

Day 2 (Monday, October 9th )
Breakfast. Check out of the Vert Lagoon Hotel and drive to Caesarea Maritima, built by King Herod, Caesarea later became the seat of government for the Roman Governor, Pontius Pilate, who sat in judgement over Yeshua and sentenced Him to be crucified. We’ll visit the extensive excavations of the site including the harbor, the Crusader City, the Amphitheatre, the Hippodrome and the Roman Aqua duct. Next we drive by Mt. Carmel, where the Prophet Elijah challenged the Priests of Baal (1 Kings 18:16-39). We continue to Megiddo. A giant fortress and city built by King Solomon (1 Kings 9:15). In the New Testament Megiddo (Armageddon) is referred to as the site of the “final battle”mentioned in Revelations 16. We will walk through this impressive archaeological site including the water system tunnel. From here we will drive to Nazareth a town in the hill country of Galilee where Yeshua grew up (Matt. 2:23; Luke 1:26; Luke 2; Luke 4:16-30) to manhood. We drive via Mt. Precipice, the mountain from which the Nazareth people were trying to push Yeshua after he infuriated them with his sermon, declaring himself as the Messiah (Luke 4). Dinner and overnight at the Ron Beach Hotel, by the Sea of Galilee.

Day 3 (Tuesday, October 10th )

Today we will have a full day tour to the Golan Heights. We will drive through the lower region of the Hula Valley to Katzrin. The “town of the Golan” which was established in 1974. Drive up to Mt. Bental to an observation point of the Syrian border where we can look into the ghost town of Kuneitra and the “Road to Damascus”. We will stop at one of the sources of the River Jordan at Banias, the site of Caesarea Philippi, where the Apostle Peter made his great confession of faith in Yeshua as the Christ, the Son of God. Here we will also hike to the Banias Water Fall, the biggest waterfall in Israel. We continue to Tel Dan, the ruins of the northernmost town in biblical Israel (hence the saying “From Dan to Beersheba). We arrive at Kursi, the “Land of the Gadarenes”, located on the Golan Heights slopes. It was here that Jesus cured two madmen, (Matthew 8:28-32).

We end this day at Yardenit baptismal site on the banks of the River Jordan. Return to the Ron Beach Hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 4 (Wednesday , October 11th )

On today’s tour we will concentrate on sites around the Sea of Galilee:
Our first visit today will be to Magdala, the birthplace and home of Mary Magdalene (Luke 8:1- 2). Continue to Capernaum where Yeshua lived and performed many signs and wonders (Matthew 8:5-13) . Here we will visit the ancient synagogue (Mark 1:21-28) and the “House of Peter” (Matthew 8:14-17). Located on the northern Sea of Galilee shore, Capernaum was the center of Jesus’ Galilean Ministry. From here we drive to Mt. Beatitudes where Yeshua delivered the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7). We will enjoy a St. Peter’s Fish lunch before we drive to nearby Chorazim (Korazim: Matthew 11:20), one of the small cities that Jesus visited but its inhabitants did not listen to Him (Matthew 11:21). We end this day with an evening boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. Return to Ron Beach Hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 5 (Thursday, October 12th )

We check out of the Ron Beach Hotel after breakfast and start the drive along the Jordan Valley passing Mt. Gilboa to Ein Harod (Gideon’s spring) where Israel’s first king, Saul, and his son Jonathan fell in battle to the Phillistines, around 1010 BC (1 Samuel 31). It was at the waters of Ein Harod that Gideon collected his people, in accordance with God’s command, (Judges 7:7). Next visit Beit Shean a major Biblical city located in the center of crossroads between the Jordan Valley and the Jezreel Valley. In the 11th century BC King Saul’s body was hung on its walls after his defeat by the Phillistines. During New Testament times the city was one of the cities of the Decapolis named Skythopolis.

We drive on to Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found . We now start the ascent to Jerusalem. We will enjoy a stop at Genesis Land . where we will experience a Hebrew reception at Abraham’s Tent overlooking the Judean Desert (Genesis 15:1-6) and enjoy a short camel ride in the Judean Desert . Before checking into our hotel we will stop at an observation point on Mt. Scopus to have our first glimpse of Jerusalem, the capital city of Israel. Dinner and overnight at the Dan Hotel, Jerusalem.

Day 6 (Friday, October 13th )
Eve of the Shabbat!
We start this day with a visit to the Eastern Gate (Golden Gate). From here we drive to Yad Vashem Museum of the Holocaust which preserves the memory of the 6 million victims of the Shoah. We will pass by the Mahane Yehuda Shuk (Market) and have a quick glimpse at this busy marketplace where the people of Jerusalem are doing their shopping and preparations for the Shabbat. We will stop at the site of the Praetorium

We will finish off the day by going to the Kotel (Western Wall) to usher in the Shabbat and join our Jewish brothers and sisters in prayer. We head back to the hotel for the Shabbat Dinner.

Day 7 (Saturday, October 14th )

Today we will enjoy a full day excursion , driving down through the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea, the lowest spot on the face of the Earth. We will start this day at Massada mountain fortress, Herod’s magnificent mountaintop palace and fortress, and scene of the last Jewish resistance against the Romans in 73AD. We continue for a hike at Ein Gedi National Park, where young King David hid in a cave when running from Saul and he composed several of his Psalms. We will stop at one of the shores by the Dead Sea and enjoy a float in the mineral rich waters of the Dead Sea.

Return to the Dan hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 8 (Sunday, October 15th )
After breakfast we will drive up to the Mt. of Olives overlooking the ancient and modern city of Jerusalem, the center of the Biblical world. We walk down the “Palm Sunday Road” (Matthew 21:1-11) via the Chapel of Dominus Flevit where Yeshua wept over Jerusalem (Matthew 23:37- 39) to the Garden of Gethsemane. We continue to the City of David. We’ll make our way through Hezekiah’s tunnel (2 Chronicles 32:30) to the Pool of Siloam where Jesus healed the man born blind (John 9). . Next we will visit the Davidson Center which includes the Hulda Steps and the Southern Wall Archaeological Garden. In the afternoon we will walk from the Pools of Bethesda (John 5:2-18) and along the Via Dolorosa (14 Stations of the Cross) to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. We walk through the Jewish Quarter and the Cardo, Jerusalem’s main street 1500 years ago and end this day on Mt. Zion, here we will visit the Upper Room and the Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu. We will visit the House of Caiaphas where Yeshua was interrogated by the High Priest (Matthew 26:57-68; John 18:19-27). Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 9 (Monday , October 16th )
Early morning visit to the Temple Mount, a holy site within the Old City for Jewish,
Christian and Muslim people. All visitors are able to tour the compound and the Al-Aqsa Mosque, with the exception of the Dome of the Rock. This is followed by a visit to the The Western Wall Tunnels. The tunnels run along approximately 488 meters of the Western Wall, giving visitors a taste of the challenge that stood before Herod the Great during this biggest of all his immense building projects—the expansion of the Temple Mount. One such example is the famous western stone which is 14 meters long and weighs almost 570 tons . We continue this day’s tour with a drive to drive to biblical Samaria. We drive by Beit El, where Jacob said “How awesome is this place! This is none other than the House of God and this is the gate of Heaven” (Genesis 28:17). We arrive at Ancient Shiloh which held a central place in the biblical history of the children of Israel for more than 300 years and was the resting place of the Ark of the Covenant until the death of Eli the High Priest (1 Samuel 1-3). Return to Jerusalem for dinner and overnight at the Dan Hotel.

Day 10 (Tuesday, October 17th)
We start this day at the Garden Tomb and Gordon’s Golgotha. Here we will have the opportunity to celebrate the Lord ’s Supper.
We depart Jerusalem and drive to The Elah Valley where the battle between David and Goliath took place (1 Samuel 17). From here we drive to Old Jaffa (New Testament Joppa) where Jonah boarded a ship for Tarshish (Jonah 1) and the Apostle Peter (Acts 9-10) received God’s command to preach the Gospel to the Gentiles. It was here that Peter stayed in the home of Simon the Tanner. It was also here that Peter brought Tabitha back from the dead (Acts 9:36-43). We end this tour with a Farewell Dinner in a restaurant in Old Jaffa before we proceed to Ben Gurion Airport to catch our homebound flight. “Happy is he that hath the God of Jacob for his help, whose hope is in the Lord his God” (Psalm 146:5)

“ S H A LO M “

$2600.00

LAND-ONLY

  • You book & pay for your own flights to Israel

  • Transfer arrangements with Land Agent are provided

  • Accommodations, Hotel Tax, Breakfasts, Dinner, Entrance Fees

  • Baptismal Robes & Towels, Air-Conditioned Bus

 $TBD

STANDARD

  • 1 International Flight

  • Airport Taxes, Tipping, Accommodations

  • Hotel Tax, Breakfasts, Dinner, Entrance Fees

  • Baptismal Robes & Towels, Air-conditioned Bus

$1100.00

SINGLE ACCOMMODATION (Add-On)

  • Single Room with King Bed

  • All benefits of Standard/Land-Only

Included in the Tour Price:

  • A double or triple occupancy room (additional charge for single occupancy).
  • All sightseeing, admissions and motor-coach transportation on the tour itinerary.
  • A licensed, English-speaking guide and driver.
  • Buffet breakfasts and dinners throughout the tour, with table water and possibly coffee or tea. Lunches are mostly additional, so plan accordingly.
  • An all-inclusive tip fund for the guides and drivers, hotel staff, and included meals.
  • Our land agent will provide a full-size backpack to carry your daily items, a baseball-style cap, and a map of Israel.