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May 2015 News

A new tour of Israel offers pilgrims an “irreligious” experience

  • Written by  Elissa Dowling
Tour members enjoying the unique tour of Israel Photo: Provided

Israel is considered one of the most “religious” regions on earth, with three world religions – Judaism, Islam and Christianity – all competing for dominance and a voice. 

It’s these voices which can sometimes drown out the authenticity and simplicity of the Bible.

This is why a new “Irreligious Tour of Israel” has been planned, to cut through the religious chatter and touch the very core of “The Land”. 

Led by local intercessor and prayer warrior, David Stanfield, the 20 day tour of Israel follows the chronological story of the Bible, exploring actual events that happened in Israel. 

“We try to avoid the superficial religious activity to connect with the deep truth revealed in this region,” David said.

“This tour is longer than most so that we have time to really feel the land.”

The tour will begin in Jordan, encompass a visit to Jerusalem as well as the Day of Atonement and the festival of Sukkot, and also give travellers the opportunity to meet both Messianic Jews and Palestinian Christians. 

The tour runs from September 25 to October 14. 

For more information, visit the website www.worshipbanners.org or email David at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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