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Study Tours to Israel and Turkey
We currently offer study tours in even-numbered years (2022, 2024, etc.) as Marty takes the odd-numbered years to be with family and have a rhythm of rest. We recommend signing up for the BEMA Messenger (using the form above) to be the first to know when we release information about upcoming tours. Any currently available tours will also be posted here.
BEMA Israel 2022 (Low-Contact) -//- March 20 – April 2
There are two items of importance. First, please make sure you watch our orientation video BEFORE registering.
Please know this trip is specifically designed for those who are unable to partake in our “full-contact,” physically strenuous trip in August 2022. The low-contact trip involves much less hiking and is a little cooler, but it will also be a different experience. If you are able, you will want to wait for our full-contact trip registration to open in the fall. Our full-contact trip includes 7–12 miles of hiking and 1,800+ feet of elevation change each day in what can be at least 110-degree desert heat. It is not for the faint of heart — but it is an enriching and rewarding experience. (If you would like to see the “full-contact” orientation for the sake of comparison, please find that video here.)
The orientation is almost an hour long, but it is designed to be informative and comprehensive; if you’re interested in going on the trip, we ask that you watch it in full to make an informed decision. We will be releasing information for our Turkey trip and our “full-contact” Israel trip (both in 2022) in the months to come.
GTI Tours, our travel agency for the trips, will be handling all registration and payment details. Once you’ve watched the orientation above and you are ready to register, see more details and register for the trip.
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The BEMA Slack is a great place to discuss the podcast, share ideas, and build community. Maybe you haven’t been able to find a local discussion group, or your group has just started but you want to talk about current episodes. With designated channels to discuss episodes from each session, as well as upcoming trips, discipleship, and other topics, there’s a place to go deeper with your fellow podrishioners.