Imagine walking through the garden of Gethsemane or spending an evening meal overlooking the Sea of Galilee.  How about trip to the Dead Sea or the Jordan River?  These are but a few of the site that we experience when we go to the Holy Land. 

Now imagine seeing these sites with other believers and civic leaders.  Not only do you better understand the spiritual, you also form a bond with the leaders you share the time with.

The Journey is a trip to the Holy Land where Church leaders involved with the American Renewal Project spend time with civic leaders in the spiritual center of Christendom.  Not only do you better understand those leader’s motivation, you jointly experience God in a new way.    

Engaging the culture with the Gospel of Jesus is a basic premise of Christianity.  From the hungry to the mighty we are all sinners in need of redemption.  Too many times, pastors and Church leaders shy away from engaging with elected officials and Civic leaders, but ignoring that segment of society does not fulfill the command of Matthew 28:19.  Spending time in a spiritual setting does nothing but strengthen our society and form lasting opportunities for ongoing ministry.Imagine walking through the garden of Gethsemane or spending an evening meal overlooking the Sea of Galilee.  How about trip to the Dead Sea or the Jordan River?  These are but a few of the site that we experience when we go to the Holy Land. 

Now imagine seeing these sites with other believers and civic leaders.  Not only do you better understand the spiritual, you also form a bond with the leaders you share the time with.

The Journey is a trip to the Holy Land where Church leaders involved with the American Renewal Project spend time with civic leaders in the spiritual center of Christendom.  Not only do you better understand those leader’s motivation, you jointly experience God in a new way.    

Engaging the culture with the Gospel of Jesus is a basic premise of Christianity.  From the hungry to the mighty we are all sinners in need of redemption.  Too many times, pastors and Church leaders shy away from engaging with elected officials and Civic leaders, but ignoring that segment of society does not fulfill the command of Matthew 28:19.  Spending time in a spiritual setting does nothing but strengthen our society and form lasting opportunities for ongoing ministry.