Take a Trip With Townsquare Tuscaloosa to the Holy Land and See Where Jesus Walked
Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa is partnering with Christian Expedition to offer listeners the opportunity to take a 10-day trip to the Holy Land and trace the life of Christ in the lands where he walked 2,000 years ago.
The journey begins with a flight out of Atlanta on September 17th, 2019, arriving in Israel early the next day. The group will travel to Tel Aviv and link up with the Christian Expedition Tour Director and spend the rest of the day walking the Mediterranean Sea and relaxing.
The days that follow include journeys to Bethlehem, where Jesus was born, to the Jordan River where He was baptized, to the Mount of the Beatitudes where He preached, to the Garden of Gethsemane where He prayed and to Golgotha, where He was crucified.
Participants will see all this and more, including the Jerusalem Garden Tomb where it is believed Christ was buried and resurrected.
The trip includes dozens of stops at Biblically significant sites, with tour directors explaining each location and its place in Scripture.
The trek is scheduled to end on September 25th, with the return flight arriving back in Atlanta the following day.
Praise 93.3 FM Host Val Goodson will represent Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa on the odyssey and worship and pray with attendees as their faith and understanding grow and deepen on this once-in-a-lifetime trip.
The all-inclusive expedition package will cost $3,495 per person, with an additional charge of $700 for any attendee who prefers a single room to a double shared with another participant.
Those costs cover an roundtrip flight from Atlanta, 4-star hotel accommodations, breakfast and dinner daily, travel in and around Israel, professionally guided tours and more.
Anyone interested in taking this life-changing journey can call 877-234-3002, visit christianexpedition.com, or stop by Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa at 142 Skyland Boulevard to make your reservation today.
The trip is in high-demand and will sell out on a first-come, first-serve basis.