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Benefits of Bible Land Travel for Clergy:
- Enhance your sermons based on the direct knowledge gained from having seen the Land of the Bible for yourself and learned in the very places where it all happened.
- Understand the location of Biblical events and how the geography of the land impacted those events.
- Rediscover the excitement of learning about the Bible, and seeing it and “feeling it” first hand. In turn you will be able to enrich the lives of your congregants.
How Your Ministry will be Enhanced by Christian Travel…
- Increase Biblical Literacy: Your church members will learn more and recall more about the scriptures because they have seen the land. They will be better teachers because they have experienced the Land of the Bible.
- Rediscover Your Roots & Heritage: The journey will provide a better understanding of your unique church tradition and your spiritual roots.
- Better Understanding of Current Situations in Bible lands: The journey will open your mind to new insights into the history of the region as well as the political, social, and economic situations.
- Revive Spiritual Awareness: The journey will awaken the spiritual dimension of your church members’ faith in a way no other experience can! Prayer life will be enriched, as will one’s personal understanding of Christ.
- Create Deep and Lasting Christian Bonds: Church members who travel together will be connected by a shared spiritual experience, deepening the Christian bonds which they already share with each other and you.
- Enhance Life: The journey will open new horizons and provide a lifetime of memories for the church members who travel. It can also meet the emotional needs of various members of your congregation, such as those who need more interpersonal time with others, are struggling with personal issues, are questioning their faith, or need comfort after the loss of a loved one.
- Develop Current and Future Church Leaders: 1)The journey will help strengthen your current church leaders and develop new leaders for the future. 2) Each traveler could be asked to take on new responsibilities in the church after the journey. 3) Those who were hesitant to lead a study group will now feel empowered. 4) Young people may be encouraged to consider ministry as a vocation.