ISRAEL TOUR 2018

Join Pastor Zach and Julie in Israel November 28 – December 7, 2018

Join Pastor Zach Terry in-2

  • For the complete tour brochure and information click – BROCHURE
  • To pay by credit card click here.Any registrations made with a credit card are charged the full tour price at the time of registration. Alternatively, you can mail the completed registration form along with a deposit of $250 per person by check to the addresss on the brochure. You will then make a second payment of $750 and the final balance payment by check as well.

TOUR DATES: November 28 – December 7, 2018

PRICE (per person): $4,595.00 from Jacksonville, FL – PAYMENT TERMS: $250 Deposit upon registration, $750 at 100 days prior to departure, Balance Due at 100 days prior to departure.

INCLUSIONS: Round-trip air transportation from Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), full sightseeing, three meals daily, hotel accommodations for 8 nights, all transfers, applicable entrance fees, all tips, airport charges, security fees, and fuel surcharges. Airport taxes, security fees, and fuel surcharges of $705.00 are included in your tour cost and are subject to change without notice. Templeton Tours reserves the right to pass along increases in fuel surcharges or additional taxes imposed by the airlines.

NOT INCLUDED: Transportation to Jacksonville International Airport (JAX).

MEALS: Three meals daily consisting of full Israeli buffet breakfasts every morning at the hotel, lunches en route while sightseeing, and regular table d’hote dinners in the hotel each evening. These meals begin with lunch after arrival in Tel Aviv on Wednesday, November 29, 2018 and conclude with breakfast at your hotel in Jerusalem on the morning of Friday, December 7, 2018.

HOTELS:

GUIDE: SPECIAL ITEMS:

  • – 1 night in Tel Aviv at the Herod’s Hotel
  • – 2 nights in Tiberias at the Leonardo Plaza
  • – 1 nights at the Dead Sea in the Herod’s Dead Sea Hotel
  • – 4 nights in Jerusalem at the Olive Tree Hotel

Experienced Licensed Guide

* – Private boat ride across the Sea of Galilee
* – Private worship service on the Mount of Beatitudes
* – Private worship service in the Garden of Gethsemane
* – Private worship service and communion at the Garden Tomb
* – Listening devices for the passengers throughout the tour
* – Complimentary water and soft drinks provided on the bus
* – Tour Bag & Study Book

 

Pep Talk with Pastor Zach

Each morning my family gathers for a few minutes and I share a very brief word of encouragement. We’ve come to call that time our, “daily pep talk”. Recently, I had the idea that more people may benefit from the encouragement I share during that time. That is why I’ve started a station on anchor.fm to broadcast these short, often less than 2 minute words of encouragement. Check it out and share it with others if you find it helpful!

 

 

Our Fight

Surviving and Thriving in Spiritual Warfare

BIGCOVERThe spiritual battlefield is scattered with wounded soldiers. Homes are ablaze and under attack. Yet we are told that our weapons are mighty to the point that we not only can survive the attack, but counter attack and take new ground. “Our Fight” is a field manual for the solider of Christ’s Kingdom. It helps to identify your enemy as well as explains tactics for bringing about his ultimate defeat.

Availible in Paperback, Large Print and Kindle Editions. Click here for more information! 

Treasures Both Old and New

Reflections on Luther on the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

Being a minister of the Gospel is a strange endeavor. We are persistently pushing forward as well as backward. We are pushing forward in seeking new and better ways to tell our story (the gospel). Simultaneously, we are pushing backward to make our understanding of the truth more like that of the first century Apostles. No one did that better than Martin Luther.

Luther’s use of technology for the advancement of his message, yet he is remembered precisely for reforming the church to something more akin to its first century expression. Luther ministered just after the advent of the printing press – therefore, he was able to take hold of this technology to disseminate his concepts throughout the world. Concepts that were rooted in the ancient scriptures and convictions of the church. Like the owner of the house Jesus referred to in Matthew 13:52 he brought out treasures both old and new.

On this 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation may God raise up an army of Preachers who both redeem modern technology for Gospel purposes as well as sink their roots deep into the Faith once and for all delivered to the saints.

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