Bob’s latest Holy Land trip was, in many respects, the best trip yet, though every trip has been wonderful and rewarding in its own way. As always, such familiar sites as Capernaum, Nazareth, Bethlehem, Megiddo, Qumran, and, of course, Jerusalem (and so much more) were wonderful. But among the unique highlights of this trip were the visit to Petra and Mt. Nebo, the sunset boat ride on the Sea of Galilee, Nader’s impactful teaching on the bread we sampled in the Old City, a visit to Oskar Schindler’s grave, another walk on the walls, and a prayer for Sandy’s healing at the Pool of Bethesda. And, as always, the hands-down best part was the great fellowship of a wonderful group that enjoyed each other's company and grew closer to God together on the trip.


And, since the question is often asked, it deserves mention that Bob and his groups have never had a moment of fear or insecurity in (so far) four trips to Israel. It is far from the "war zone" you might imagine from viewing network news and reading newspapers.

Wish you could have been there. Bet you wish that, too, don't you? You know you do.

Well, be of good cheer. In March 2015, Bob and his wife, the lovely Robin, will return to the Holy Land for eleven days, a trip that will include some sites they've never visited before (such as the Valley of Elah, where David slew Goliath!). They’d love for you to go with them. You want to. You know you do. And you can.


If 2015 is too soon for you, you can plan way ahead to join Bob and Robin for a 10-day "Steps of Paul Land and Cruise Tour" in Turkey and Greece, which they plan to take sometime in 2016 or later.

If you're interested in either of those trips, just drop Bob an email, and he will send you more information on either or both of the trips (be sure to specify which trip(s) you’re interested in).

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