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THE QUEST TRAVEL GROUP PRESENTS

The Quest Travel Group, Inc

YOUR INVITATION

Your Invitation

We would love to have you spend 10 days with us in February 2016 visiting the cities of Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Capernaum, Caesarea, Phillipi, Jericho, the Dead Sea, Masada and other historical places in Israel. We will see the places where Jesus walked, taught, lived, died, was crucified and where He rose from the grave. This pilgrimage will cause the Bible to come alive to you in ways beyond anything else you've ever experienced, and it will certainly deepen your relationship with the Lord.

10 DAY JOURNEY TO

THE HOLY LAND

If you are interested in taking this trip to Israel with us in 2016 please let us know as soon as possible. You can do that by emailing us at [email protected], or by calling 504.831.9673. Also, you need to fill out the attached enrollment form and send it back to us, or you could turn it in in our Church's worship services. As you take this trip with us,the places you have read about in your Bible will become real places to you, and the stories in the Bible will become more meaningful. You will return home filled with a new enthusiasm and renewed faith. I assure you that you will never be the same!! We hope you can go with us on this trip of a lifetime!!

Dennis and Vicki Watson Lead Pastor Celebration Church of New Orleans

Your  Journey  Features: • Roundtrip  air  transporta:on  from             New  Orleans,  LA  (MSY) •  Deluxe  and  first  class  hotels • Breakfast  and  dinner  daily • Professional  English-­‐speaking  guide •  Entrance  fees  to  all  sites  on  i:nerary • A  boat  ride  on  the  Sea  at  Galilee • A  cable  car  ride  to  Masada. • Land  transporta:on  via  deluxe,  private   motor  coach Includes   :ps  ($80)  &  airlines  fuel   • surcharges  and  taxes  ($760)

For  more  information,  please  contact:

Pastor  Dennis  Watson Celebra'on  Church 2001  Airline  Drive Metairie,  LA  70001 (504)  831-­‐9673 [email protected]'onchurch.org

Hosted by :

Pastor Dennis Watson

Please  Read  This  Important  Informa4on: Deposit  -­‐  $300  (payable  on  booking) Second  Payment  due  -­‐  September  07,  2015-­‐  50%  of  balance Full  Balance  due  -­‐  November  20,  2015 Each  tour  member  must   hold  a   U.S.   passport  that  is  valid   up  to  6   months   a8er   the   scheduled   return.   Your   passport   must   be   valid   un:l   August   20,  2016.  Applica:on  forms  are   available   at  your   local   Passport  Office   or  U.S.   Postal  Service.   If  you  s:ll   need   to   obtain  a   passport,   please   send   your   enrollment   form   NOW   and   follow   up   with  a   copy   of  your   passport  upon  receipt.   Any  required  visas   will   be   processed   for   US   ci:zens   only.   Non-­‐US   ciIzens   are   solely   responsible  for  obtaining  any  required  visas. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Rates  based  on  double-­‐occupancy,  the  airline  tax  and  fuel  surcharge   ($760)  and   currency   exchange   rate(s)   at   the   date   of   quotation   to   your  host.  Subject  to  change  up  to  30  days  prior  to  departure.

Departing

February 4, 2016 from New Orleans

$3,627.00 All Inclusive! (except lunches)

C E L E B R AT I N G O U R 3 8 T H Y E A R P R O V I D I N G S U P E R I O R C H R I S T I A N J O U R N E Y S

Tour Enrollment

Tour Enrollment

MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO:

MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO:

THE QUEST TRAVEL GROUP

THE QUEST TRAVEL GROUP

AND SEND TO YOUR TOUR COORDINATORS:

AND SEND TO YOUR TOUR COORDINATORS:

The Quest Travel Group Pastor Dennis Watson — The Holy Land P.O. Box 53419 Atlanta, GA 30355 404-467-8041 [email protected]

The Quest Travel Group Pastor Dennis Watson — The Holy Land P.O. Box 53419 Atlanta, GA 30355 404-467-8041 [email protected]

Please use one enrollment form per person. Print legibly or type the information below. Include your FULL mailing address with no abbreviations.

Please use one enrollment form per person. Print legibly or type the information below. Include your FULL mailing address with no abbreviations.

Your name must be given as it is on your passport. Your passport must be valid until August 20, 2016. Please provide a copy of your passport with this registration. IF YOU STILL NEED TO OBTAIN A PASSPORT, PLEASE SEND YOUR ENROLLMENT FORM NOW AND FOLLOW UP WITH A COPY OF YOUR PASSPORT UPON RECEIPT.

Your name must be given as it is on your passport. Your passport must be valid until August 20, 2016. Please provide a copy of your passport with this registration. IF YOU STILL NEED TO OBTAIN A PASSPORT, PLEASE SEND YOUR ENROLLMENT FORM NOW AND FOLLOW UP WITH A COPY OF YOUR PASSPORT UPON RECEIPT.

NAME:

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ARE YOU A U.S. CITIZEN?

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ARE YOU A U.S. CITIZEN?

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Yes, definitely arrange for this tour. It is understood an invoice will be sent and is to be paid in full by November 20, 2015. The $300 deposit (each) is attached to confirm participation and as a credit to the total cost of the tour.

Yes, definitely arrange for this tour. It is understood an invoice will be sent and is to be paid in full by November 20, 2015. The $300 deposit (each) is attached to confirm participation and as a credit to the total cost of the tour.

NOTE WELL: Rates are based on airline fuel surcharges and applicable exchange rates at the date of quotation to your host, which are subject to change up to 30 days prior to departure.

NOTE WELL: Rates are based on airline fuel surcharges and applicable exchange rates at the date of quotation to your host, which are subject to change up to 30 days prior to departure.

 Single occupancy - (limited availability) $660.00

 Single occupancy - (limited availability) $660.00

I prefer to room with:

I prefer to room with:

I have carefully read the Terms & Conditions and agree to its content and stipulations. Keep a copy for your records.

I have carefully read the Terms & Conditions and agree to its content and stipulations. Keep a copy for your records.

Signature: _____________________________________

Signature: _____________________________________

You will receive information on travel insurance after your registration has been processed.

You will receive information on travel insurance after your registration has been processed.

Please do not staple checks

Please do not staple checks

Carefully read this brochure and the tour conditions as enrollment in and payment for any program offered herein constitutes acceptance and agreement to be bound by the terms thereof.

Carefully read this brochure and the tour conditions as enrollment in and payment for any program offered herein constitutes acceptance and agreement to be bound by the terms thereof.

DEPOSITS - CANCELLATIONS - REFUNDS: The deposit of $300 per person is required to confirm tour acceptance and will be applied to total price of program selected. 50% of remaining balance to be paid in full 150 days prior to departure by September 07, 2015. If 50% of remaining balance is not received by 150 days prior to departure, the tour member will be cancelled. Remaining balance to be paid in full 75 days prior to departure by November 20, 2015. After initial deposit is made, $200 cancellation fee applies for any

DEPOSITS - CANCELLATIONS - REFUNDS: The deposit of $300 per person is required to confirm tour acceptance and will be applied to total price of program selected. 50% of remaining balance to be paid in full 150 days prior to departure by September 07, 2015. If 50% of remaining balance is not received by 150 days prior to departure, the tour member will be cancelled. Remaining balance to be paid in full 75 days prior to departure by November 20, 2015. After initial deposit is made, $200 cancellation fee applies for any

cancellation received in writing up to 150 days prior to departure. $600 cancellation fee applies for any cancellation received in writing between 149 and 75 days prior to departure. $1000 cancellation fee applies for any cancellation received in writing between 74 and 46 days. NO REFUND is possible under any circumstances for cancellations made within 45 days of departure. Receipt of deposit for any partial payment of a tour

cancellation received in writing up to 150 days prior to departure. $600 cancellation fee applies for any cancellation received in writing between 149 and 75 days prior to departure. $1000 cancellation fee applies for any cancellation received in writing between 74 and 46 days. NO REFUND is possible under any circumstances for cancellations made within 45 days of departure. Receipt of deposit for any partial payment of a tour

constitutes acceptance of all terms and conditions listed herein. Passenger substitutions are not allowed after registration. TOUR INSURANCE IS AVAILABLE AND STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. OUR CANCELLATION POLICY APPLIES TO INDIVIDUAL PASSENGERS, AND NOT FOR MASS CANCELLATIONS. IN CASE OF MASS CANCELLATIONS, CANCELLATION FEES IMPOSED BY SUPPLIERS WILL ALSO APPLY. Passengers unable to acquire a roommate may be subject to a forced single supplement and will be responsible for the additional single room charge. All claims must be in writing. No refunds for services or sightseeing rendered and not used by tour members. In the event that departures do not reach the minimum 15 persons prior to departure, The Quest Travel Group, Inc. reserves the right to cancel, withdraw or change the tour in whole or in part at any time. The sole obligation of The Quest Travel Group, Inc. is to refund payments received in connection herewith if not acceptable to tour members. All cancellations must be in writing.

constitutes acceptance of all terms and conditions listed herein. Passenger substitutions are not allowed after registration. TOUR INSURANCE IS AVAILABLE AND STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. OUR CANCELLATION POLICY APPLIES TO INDIVIDUAL PASSENGERS, AND NOT FOR MASS CANCELLATIONS. IN CASE OF MASS CANCELLATIONS, CANCELLATION FEES IMPOSED BY SUPPLIERS WILL ALSO APPLY. Passengers unable to acquire a roommate may be subject to a forced single supplement and will be responsible for the additional single room charge. All claims must be in writing. No refunds for services or sightseeing rendered and not used by tour members. In the event that departures do not reach the minimum 15 persons prior to departure, The Quest Travel Group, Inc. reserves the right to cancel, withdraw or change the tour in whole or in part at any time. The sole obligation of The Quest Travel Group, Inc. is to refund payments received in connection herewith if not acceptable to tour members. All cancellations must be in writing.

FUEL SURCHARGES - EXCHANGE RATES: Rates are based on the airline fuel surcharges and applicable currency exchange rate(s) at the date of quotation, which are subject to change up to 30 days prior to departure. Any significant change as determined by The Quest Travel Group, Inc., up or down, will be applied to each passengers account.

FUEL SURCHARGES - EXCHANGE RATES: Rates are based on the airline fuel surcharges and applicable currency exchange rate(s) at the date of quotation, which are subject to change up to 30 days prior to departure. Any significant change as determined by The Quest Travel Group, Inc., up or down, will be applied to each passengers account.

DOCUMENTS - HEALTH - HANDICAPPED: Each tour member must hold a passport that is valid up to 6 months after the scheduled return. Application forms are available at your local Passport Office or U.S. Postal Service. Any required visas will be processed for US citizens only. Non-US citizens are solely responsible for obtaining any required visa. No vaccination or revaccination is required nor is any particular health requirement applicable. Tour members are expected to be in good health. Tour members, who require any form of special assistance, must be accompanied by a helper who is totally responsible for those tour members.

DOCUMENTS - HEALTH - HANDICAPPED: Each tour member must hold a passport that is valid up to 6 months after the scheduled return. Application forms are available at your local Passport Office or U.S. Postal Service. Any required visas will be processed for US citizens only. Non-US citizens are solely responsible for obtaining any required visa. No vaccination or revaccination is required nor is any particular health requirement applicable. Tour members are expected to be in good health. Tour members, who require any form of special assistance, must be accompanied by a helper who is totally responsible for those tour members.

RESPONSIBILITY - MANAGEMENT: The Quest Travel Group, Inc. and/or its agents act only in the capacity as an agent for the participant in all matters connected with hotel accommodations, sightseeing, transportation, whether by rail, air, motor coach, boat or other types of conveyance and other components constituting the tour, and as agent holds itself, its agents or sub-agents, free of responsibility for any injury, loss, damage, accident, delay, irregularity, or additional expense arising from changes in schedule, fire, weather, breakdown in machinery or equipment, sickness, quarantines, acts of governments or other authorities, de jure or de facto, wars, hostilities, civil disturbances, strikes, riots, theft, pilferage, improper documentation, or for any cause beyond its control. The Quest Travel Group, Inc. shall not be liable for any act of omission by any individual or firm contracted for services or facilities on behalf of the participant. We also reserve the right to withdraw the tour, reschedule the departure, amend the itinerary, substitute hotels of comparable quality, and generally make any alteration or substitution if improvements can be made or operating requirements make it advisable, or unforeseen conditions beyond our control deem changes necessary. The Quest Travel Group, Inc. reserves the right to accept or retain any person whose actions, mental or physical condition impose upon or disturb other tour members or impede the operation of the tour. The Quest Travel Group, Inc.’s liability is limited to refund of the unused land services. By utilizing the services of The Quest Travel Group, Inc. and its suppliers, the participant acknowledges and accepts the foregoing conditions. The passenger also agrees that the exclusive venue of any suit or cause of action arising directly or indirectly from this agreement will be in Atlanta, Georgia.

RESPONSIBILITY - MANAGEMENT: The Quest Travel Group, Inc. and/or its agents act only in the capacity as an agent for the participant in all matters connected with hotel accommodations, sightseeing, transportation, whether by rail, air, motor coach, boat or other types of conveyance and other components constituting the tour, and as agent holds itself, its agents or sub-agents, free of responsibility for any injury, loss, damage, accident, delay, irregularity, or additional expense arising from changes in schedule, fire, weather, breakdown in machinery or equipment, sickness, quarantines, acts of governments or other authorities, de jure or de facto, wars, hostilities, civil disturbances, strikes, riots, theft, pilferage, improper documentation, or for any cause beyond its control. The Quest Travel Group, Inc. shall not be liable for any act of omission by any individual or firm contracted for services or facilities on behalf of the participant. We also reserve the right to withdraw the tour, reschedule the departure, amend the itinerary, substitute hotels of comparable quality, and generally make any alteration or substitution if improvements can be made or operating requirements make it advisable, or unforeseen conditions beyond our control deem changes necessary. The Quest Travel Group, Inc. reserves the right to accept or retain any person whose actions, mental or physical condition impose upon or disturb other tour members or impede the operation of the tour. The Quest Travel Group, Inc.’s liability is limited to refund of the unused land services. By utilizing the services of The Quest Travel Group, Inc. and its suppliers, the participant acknowledges and accepts the foregoing conditions. The passenger also agrees that the exclusive venue of any suit or cause of action arising directly or indirectly from this agreement will be in Atlanta, Georgia.

AIRLINE RESPONSIBILITY: Airlines are responsible only for the air travel portion of these tours performed by it on behalf of tour participants in accordance with the terms and conditions of their individual passage contracts and subject laws, treaties and regulations governing air transportation. Tour-services including but not limited to carriage by land or sea, guide service, hotel accommodations, restaurants and all services other than carriage by air are furnished by contractors who are independent and do not act for or on behalf of this airline and this airline shall not be responsible for any act, omission or event occurring prior to the participant's embarkation upon or disembarkation from the aircraft. The usual passage contract used by this airline when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between this airline and the tour participant and in purchasing a passage contract as a part of this tour, the participant acknowledges and accepts the foregoing conditions. This airline is not to be held responsible for any act, omission or event during the time passengers are not on board its aircraft.

AIRLINE RESPONSIBILITY: Airlines are responsible only for the air travel portion of these tours performed by it on behalf of tour participants in accordance with the terms and conditions of their individual passage contracts and subject laws, treaties and regulations governing air transportation. Tour-services including but not limited to carriage by land or sea, guide service, hotel accommodations, restaurants and all services other than carriage by air are furnished by contractors who are independent and do not act for or on behalf of this airline and this airline shall not be responsible for any act, omission or event occurring prior to the participant's embarkation upon or disembarkation from the aircraft. The usual passage contract used by this airline when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between this airline and the tour participant and in purchasing a passage contract as a part of this tour, the participant acknowledges and accepts the foregoing conditions. This airline is not to be held responsible for any act, omission or event during the time passengers are not on board its aircraft.

INSURANCE: Trip cancellation, baggage and health/accident insurance is available from The Quest Travel Group, Inc. and is strongly recommended. Printed in USA July 9, 2015

INSURANCE: Trip cancellation, baggage and health/accident insurance is available from The Quest Travel Group, Inc. and is strongly recommended. Printed in USA July 9, 2015

The Quest Travel Group, Inc

The  Holy  Land

Day  6:    TUE,  FEB  09:  JERUSALEM.    Today   begins  with  a  tour  of   the   Old   City   of   Jerusalem.   Star:ng   at   the   Western   (Wailing)   Wall   where   the   faithful   Jews   cry   their   pe::ons   to   God,   we   proceed  to  the   Temple   Area   of  Mt.  Moriah.     Visit  the   El  Aksa   Mosque   and   the   Dome   of   the   Rock   which   is   built   on   the   ancient   site   of   Solomon's  Temple   (Genesis   22:914)   and   over   the   Rock   of   Sacrifice   where   Abraham   offered   Isaac   (Genesis   22)   and   the   ceremonial   sacrifice   of   animals   took   place.     A8er   this,   we   walk   along   the   Via   Dolorosa   to  Pilate's   Judgment  Hall,  the  Chapel  of  the   Flagella:on,   the   Ecce   Homo   Arch   (John   19:13)   where   Jesus   was   tried   before   Pilate   (Mark   15:6).    This  a8ernoon  is  at  leisure  for  shopping  or  other   pursuits  on  our  own.    Dinner  and  overnight  at  our  hotel.

Day   1:   THU,   FEB   04:   NORTH   AMERICA   -­‐   EUROPE.   Tour   members   gather   at   the   :cket   counter   at   the   airport   three   hours  prior   to  our   departure  to   Europe.  Dinner   and  breakfast   are  served  in-­‐flight. Day   2:   FRI,   FEB   05:   EUROPE   -­‐   HOLY   LAND-­‐   JOPPA.   Upon   our   arrival  at  the   Tel  Aviv  airport,  we  are  met  and  travel  to  Ancient   Joppa   on   the   Sea.   Joppa   is   where   Jonah   set   sail   and   where   Peter   raised  Dorcas   from   the   dead.   It   was   also   the   home   of   Simon   the   Tanner.    Con:nue   to   our   hotel   in   a   suburb   of   Tel   Aviv  -­‐  situated  on  the   shores  of  the  Mediterranean  Sea.   Dinner   is  served  at  our  hotel.   Weather   permidng,   we  suggest  a   walk   on  the  beach. Day   3:    SAT,   FEB  06:   TEL  AVIV  -­‐   GALILEE.   A8er  breakfast,   we   drive   through   the   citrus  groves   and  farms  of   the   rich  land  of   Sharon,   northward   to   Caesarea,   the   Roman   city   of   Herod   where   sights   include   Crusader   for:fica:ons   and   the   Roman   aqueducts  and  amphitheater.  We   thentemp  drive   through  the   Jezreel   Valley   to  the   fields  of   Armageddon  (Revela4on   16:16)   and  Megiddo.    Con:nue   northward  along   the   Mediterranean   Sea   to   Haifa   and   Mt.   Carmel   -­‐   the   biblical   site   of   Elijah's   contest   with   the   prophets   of   Baal   (I   Kings   18).   Traveling   westward   across   Galilee,   we   view   Mt.   Tabor   (Psalm   9:12),   Deboriya  -­‐  the   hometown  of  the   prophetess  Deborah  -­‐   at  the   foothill  of  Mt.   Tabor  (Judges  4  and  5).    Overnight  at  our   hotel   on  the  shore  of  the  beau:ful  Sea  of  Galilee.

Day   4:   SUN,   FEB   07:   TIBERIAS   -­‐   CAPERNAUM   -­‐   CAESAREA   PHILIPPI  -­‐  MT.  HERMON.  This  day  will  be  an  exci:ng  day  in  the   Galilee  area  a8er  a   delicious  breakfast.   We   depart   the   Roman   hot  springs  resort  city  of  Tiberias  via   a  boat  ride  across  the   Sea   of   Galilee   to   Capernaum   (John   6:24)   to   walk   among   the   ancient   ruins   of   the   first   century   synagogue   where   Jesus   preached  (MaEhew  4:1317).     Then  on  to  the   Mt.  of  Bea:tudes   w h e r e   J e s u s   p r e a c h e d   t h e   " S e r m o n   o n   t h e   Mount"  (MaEhew  57)  and  to  Tabgha   -­‐  the   chapel  dedicated  to   the   mul:plica:on   of   the   loaves   and   fishes   -­‐   (Mark   6:3444).     We   then   proceed   to   upper   Galilee   and   the   site   of   Peter's   confession   (MaEhew   16:16)   at   Caesarea   Philippi   and   to   Mt.   Hermon  (Psalm  89:12)  the   probable  site   of  the   Transfigura:on   (MaEhew   17:1-­‐8)   and   the   present   day   Golan   Heights  where   Israel,  Lebanon   and  Syria  come   together.    We  follow  the   fresh   mountain  waters  of  Mt.   Hermon   to   the   Sea   of  Galilee   and  to   the  outlet   passage   at  the  southern  :p  of  the   Sea.    We   stop  at   the   beau:ful   Pilgrims  Park   at   the   Jordan   River.     Time   for   an   op:onal   bap:sm   if   you   wish.     Return   to   our   hotel   for   overnight.   Day   5:   MON,   FEB   08:   NAZARETH   -­‐   JERICHO   -­‐   JERUSALEM.   Early   morning   departure   to   Cana   and   then   to   Nazareth,   the   hometown   of   Jesus,   where   we   will   visit   the   Church   of   the   Annuncia:on  (Luke  1:5-­‐42)  and  Mary's  Fountain  (Luke  4:1622).     Then  to  Bethshean,   the   ancient  city  that   was  excavated  a  long   :me   ago   and   which   forms   the   best   preserved   Roman-­‐ Byzan:ne   city  in  the   land.  A8erwards,  we  travel  south  through   the   Jordan   Valley   to   ancient   Jericho   where   the   walls   came   tumbling   down   and   a   commanding   view   of   the   Mt.   of   Tempta:on   (MaEhew   4:1-­‐11)   and   Elisha's   Fountain.   We   con:nue   to  Jerusalem   through   the   Judean  wilderness.   Dinner   and  overnight  at  our  hotel  in  the  Holy  City  of  Jerusalem.

the   Mt.  of  Olives  (MaEhew  24:3)  with  a  panoramic  view  of  the   Old   City   of   Jerusalem.   Here,   we   visit   the   Chapel   of   the   Ascension,   the  Church  of  Pater  Noster  and  the   Dominus  Flevit.     We   walk   along   Hosanna  Road   to   the   Gethsemane   to  visit  the   Church   of   All   Na:ons   which   stands   on   the   Rock   of   Agony   where   Jesus  was  betrayed   by   Judas     (MaEhew   26:3657).  See   the   Pillar   of   Absalom,   the   Eastern   (Golden)   Gate   and   the   Pinnacle   of   the   Temple.   We  then  drive   to  Mt.   Zion   where   we   visit   the   Church   of   St.   Peter   in   Gallicantu   on   the   site   of   Caiaphas'   House,   the   Room  of  the   Last  Supper   (Luke  22:1420)   and   the   Tomb   of   King   David.   Return   to   our   hotel   for   dinner   and  overnight. Day   9:   FRI,   FEB   12:   JERUSALEM.   This   morning,   we   see   New   Jerusalem:     the   Hebrew   University,   the  Shrine  of  the  Book  that   houses   the   Dead   Sea   Scrolls,   Yad   Vashem   -­‐   the   immensely   moving  memorial   to  the  six  million  martyrs  of  the   Holocaust  -­‐   and  the   Model  City  of   Jerusalem  which  depicts,   in   miniature,   the   Holy   City   as  it   appeared  in  the   first   century.   A8er   lunch,   we   return  to  Jerusalem  to  walk  through  the  Old  City  bazaars  to   the  Church  of  the  Holy  Sepulcher.     Visit  the   Garden  Tomb  and   Golgotha   -­‐   Place   of  the   Skull   -­‐   for   a   worship   service.   Dinner   and  overnight  at  our  hotel. Day   10:   SAT,   FEB   13:   JERUSALEM   -­‐   TEL   AVIV   -­‐   NORTH   AMERICA.    Early  morning  departure   from   Jerusalem  to  the   Tel   Aviv  Airport  for  our   return  home   -­‐  the   end  of  a  most  enjoyable   journey.

Day   7:   WED,   FEB   10:   JERUSALEM  /   DEAD  SEA   /   MASADA   /   JERUSALEM.    This  morning  we   drive   via  the  Judean   Desert   to   the   Dead   Sea,   the   lowest   point   on   earth.   First   we   stop   at   Qumran,   where   we   will   see   the   caves   where   the   Dead   Sea   Scrolls  were  found.    Con:nue   via   Ein  Gedi,   along  the   shores  of   the   Dead   Sea  to  Masada,   a  truly  remarkable   piece   of  history.   Ascend   by   cable   car   to   visit   the   magnificent   ruins   of   the   fortress  where  from   70  to  73  A.D.   the   Jewish  defenders  made   a   last   stand   in   their   revolt   against   Rome   and   where   the   remains   of  storehouses,   cisterns   and  a   6th  century   Byzan:ne   church   are   s:ll   on   view.   Return   to   Jerusalem   crossing   the   Judean  Hills  for  dinner  and  overnight.     Day  8:   THU,   FEB   11:   BETHLEHEM  -­‐  JERUSALEM.  This  morning,   we   drive   south   to   Bethlehem.   We   visit   the   Church   of   the   Na:vity,   the   birthplace   of   Jesus,   and   Shepherds   Fields   (Luke  2:120)   then  the   Field   of  Boaz  and   Ruth  (Ruth  1:16  17  &   4:13).  We  return  to   Jerusalem  and  proceed  to  Mt.   Scopus  and