Our Next Enjoying the Journey Tour! May 23, 2023

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Last year a wonderful group of friends traveled with us to Israel, and the Lord gave us such a precious time studying the Word together in the Holy Land. We are excited to announce that another ETJ tour has now been finalized for next year. God willing, we will journey through the land of the Bible, December 3-14, 2024, and would love for you to join us!

This is your personal invitation to come along with our family as we walk where Jesus walked and study the Scriptures in their original setting. We would love to have you, your family and friends, or a group from your church. Here are a few highlights:

  • The tour includes airfare from portal cities, 9 nights of deluxe accommodations, breakfast and dinner buffets, deluxe motor coach ground transportation, guides, tips, a 200-page digital tour journal, and a whisper headset.
  • The cost is $4,099 per person (double occupancy).
  • The 2024 tour includes many of the best sites from our first tour, several additional sites in Israel, and two days in Jordan!

If you have never been before or if you would like to explore new areas we hope you will plan to join us for this two-country tour.

  1. View the full-color brochure and find more details about the itinerary here.
  2. Complete the Israel interest form here and someone will be in touch with you.

You may also email tours@enjoyingthejourney.org with any questions. Please pray about whether God would have you to make this journey with us next year. We believe this trip will give you both a lifetime of memories and a new lens on your Bible study.

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