What does it mean to walk in the footsteps of Jesus?
“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8).
Anyone who has ever ventured to the Holy Land in search of a spiritual journey focuses on visiting the major holy sites. Every year, millions of pilgrims stream into the Church of the Nativity, the Church of Annunciation, and the Old City of Jerusalem. The typical tour routine is to visit the churches, learn all the historical information about the building, and take pictures to remember you were there. But what if Christ were to physically walk around the Holy Land today? Where do you think he would go? By looking at the model Christ left us in the Scriptures, you discover a journey unlike the pilgrimages of today. The footsteps of Christ are certainly not limited to well-known sites. Instead, the Scriptures reveal a path of service, love, and restoration.
The objectives of Peace by Piece Tours are to give you the opportunities to:
SEE the land and its culture to broaden your understanding of Scripture and renew your spiritual commitment.
SERVE alongside locals in community and church projects to renew your appreciation for the ministry of Jesus the Servant as the model for our personal commitment to God’s purposes.
SHARE how God is moving in the Holy Land today as you return home to create opportunities for your churches to partner with their Middle Eastern counterparts and to encourage others on their spiritual paths.
With Peace by Piece Tours, you will have unique opportunities not only to visit the holy sites led by our licensed local guides, but also to meet local Christian families, serve in local projects, visit and support the marginalized, and experience the local culture. We believe that interacting with the local population will make it impossible for your pilgrimage to be just another trip; instead, it will be a life-changing spiritual endeavor. Our prayer is that you will come and be a witness to how God is moving in the Holy Land today and leave equipped to carry that witness home and “to the ends of the earth.”