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For over 20 years Evangelistic International Ministries has been ministering in more than a dozen countries sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through various methods and feeding thousands of children while teaching and training close to 100 pastors who have little access to Biblical education. Visiting the website at can provide more information about EIM. Founder Rocky Goodwin and his son Mike (current President) are excited about making their first trip to Israel. They invite you to join many of their friends and supporters of EIM on a life changing tour of the Promised Land. Host pastor Danny Bullock leads EIM’s pastor training ministry.

About Pastor Danny Bullock

Host pastor Bullock currently serves as Pastor of Senior Adult ministries at First Baptist Church in Magnolia, Arkansas. His first trip to Israel was in 1992 on a short Pastor Familiarization tour which left him with a desire to return. That would not happen until 2006 when he was able to take an 18 day course at Jerusalem University College. He wanted others to see Israel, but that was not fulfilled until 2018. In February 2017 he heard that six other church members, besides his wife and himself, had interest in going to Israel. Hoping to find twelve others so that they could have a private group, he contacted Immanuel Tours and Mette Keter who quickly put together a package before he had to leave for Africa. Obviously God had bigger plans than 20 people. Before arriving in Tanzania 42 people had put down deposits to join the tour although no announcement or promotion had been made outside their church and the nearby congregation where he had pastored 29 years. Ultimately 49 went on that February 2018 tour. Excitement from that tour spread to family and friends so a second tour was planned for June 2019 when 31 more went. Due to further interest a third tour was requested. That was scheduled for February 2021, and over 40 signed up quickly. Then COVID-19 shut down everything so that tour was rescheduled for February 2022. Then the spread of the delta variant left so much uncertainty that most of those signed up chose to pull out. That tour has now been rescheduled again for 2023. For now Pastor Bullock invites you to join this 2022 tour and find out why a trip to Israel creates so much excitement. Help your Bible study come alive! Contact him at if you have interest.


My first trip to Israel was exciting but the feelings I had within me made it surreal. I had a difficult time getting my brain wrapped around the fact that I was actually in Israel, The HOLY LAND! After arriving in Tiberius, I went to my hotel room and stood out on the balcony that overlooked the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee). I couldn’t help but imagine Jesus (Yeshua) walking on the beautiful lake surrounded by the breathtaking mountains.

I knew after this first encounter in Israel that I would never be the same. I knew that I had to tell everyone how important Israel and the Jewish people are to the rest of the world. AM Israel Tours was born in my heart on that trip. Our desire is that it is not just a tour but also an experience that will change your life.

Day 1 (Oct. 24) – Depart DFW at 8:15 pm for the overnight flight to Tel Aviv on Turkish Airlines via Istanbul.
Day 2 (Oct. 25) – Arrive at Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) at 8:20 pm. Board our motor coach to ride to Netanya’s Seasons Hotel for a welcome night of sleep.
Day 3 (Oct. 26) – Enjoy a buffet breakfast and a view of the Mediterranean Sea before checking out and boarding the bus for the first day of touring. Biblical sites to be visited are Caesarea Maritima, Mt. Carmel, Megiddo, Jezreel Valley/Armageddon, and Nazareth. Check in the Sea of Galilee Hotel for a three night stay. Enjoy a full buffet before heading to bed.
Day 4 (Oct. 27) – Spend the day along the NW shore of the Sea where Jesus spent so much of His ministry. See a boat from the time of Jesus and take a boat ride on the Sea. Visit Capernaum, Magdala, and maybe the Arbel Cliffs.
Day 5 (Oct. 28) – Your bus climbs through the Golan Heights and then turns northward through the Huleh Valley to take you to Tel Dan and Caesarea Philippi where you can see where the waters of the Jordan River begin.
Day 6 (Oct. 29) – After checking out we begin heading south toward the Dead Sea. Along the way we can see Mt. Tabor, Mt. Gilboa, Ein Harod (Gideon’s Spring), Beit Shean, the fertile Jordan River valley, Jericho. Arriving at the Leonardo Plaza Hotel on the south shore of the Dead Sea, there will hopefully be time to go down to the salty sea before a late check in time due to the ending of Shabbat for the Jewish people. The buffet at this hotel may be the best one you will experience.
Day 7 (Oct. 30) –  Check out of the hotel and drive to Masada to learn its history. Stop at Ein Gedi where David hid from Saul. Drive past Qumran where the Dead Sea scrolls were found. After driving through the Judean hills and wilderness, you arrive in Jerusalem with a great overlook from Mt Scopus. Check into the Prima Kings Hotel for five nights.
Day 8 (Oct. 31) – See the Western (Wailing) Wall and the Huldah Steps below the Temple Mount. Walk past the Moslem Dome of the Rock where the Jewish temple once stood. Walk through one of the Rabbinical tunnels down below the Temple Mount. Visit the underground City of David (the original Jerusalem) where you find the recently unearthed Pilgrims’ Road leading from the Pool of Siloam to the temple. Maybe visit Bethlehem before this full day ends.
Day 9 (Nov. 1) – Walk down the Palm Sunday road on the Mt of Olives and visit the Garden of Gethsemane. See Gordon’s Golgotha and the Garden Tomb. Visit the Pools of Bethesda and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher back inside the city walls.
Day 10 (Nov. 2) – Drive through the Aijalon Valley where Joshua asked for the sun and moon to stand still and on to Beit Shemesh where the ark of the covenant stopped when the Philistines put it on a cart pulled by oxen. Drive through the Valley of Elah where David fought Goliath and then get a bird’s eyes view of the valley from Tel Azeka as you imagine the Philistine soldiers dropping armor and weapons in the valley below you as they flee from the Israelites.
Day 11 (Nov. 3) – On your final day visit the Israel Museum and see the scale model of Jerusalem. The Shrine of the Book which houses some of the Dead Sea scrolls is there also. Then drive through what was Samaria to stop at Shiloh where the ark of the covenant remained for 369 years. Return to your hotel for a farewell dinner so you can repack for tomorrow’s departure.
Day 12 (Nov. 4) – An early morning bus ride will take us to the TLV airport for our 10:20 am departure to return us to DFW via Istanbul again. We are scheduled to arrive at DFW at 8:10 pm. Some may catch a late night flight back to their state.



  • You book & pay for your own flights to Israel

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



  • 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.