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Published on Apr 7, 2012
There is no place on earth like the Holy Land. It is a life changing experience to walk where the patriarchs wandered, where kings went to war, where prophets thundered God's warnings, where a baby was born in a stable, and where a band of fishermen began to overturn the world. To travel to Israel is to visit the Land of the Book.
For almost thirty years, Dr. John Barnett has been taking believers around the Holy Land to experience many places: from the coastal cities of the early New Testament church along the Mediterranean Sea to the inland deserts of Christ and the prophets; from Galilee to Jerusalem, from the caves and wadis of David's life, to the synagogues of the Gospels—all the Land comes alive with truths from God's Word.
Each of John's Bible study tours are intentionally devotional. God's Word is the textbook, the Biblical sites are the classroom, and the Spirit of God is the teacher. On the study tour we emphasize both personal Bible reading and Dr. Barnett's careful exposition of the Word, to increase your understanding of Scripture and to prompt your worship of. Each of our Land of the Book Tours are: Christ-focused: Our "Walking with Jesus through the Land of the Book 2011 Bible Study Tour" marks the most Christ-focused Holy Land program we have ever planned. Bible-saturated: Our textbook will be the Gospel by Mark, and our studies will be drawn from a verse-by-verse visit to (or overview) of each of the 60-plus key sites mentioned in Mark. Meditation-enriched: Join us as we contemplate the words of Jesus, while we walk on the paths & stones where He walked, and see the actual places He lived and taught, and the spot where He promised He'd come again. Deeply-prepared: All tour participants will receive six monthly (December through May) pre-tour study lessons to read, listen to, and watch, as we prepare for this incredible journey of a lifetime. http://www.dtbm.org