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The multi pronged approach for engaging church members has been the greatest evangelistic strategy we have seen in the church world in the past 40 years. Not only has it brought accelerated numerical growth but it has also challenged church members evangelistically. Organizing a church group to the Holy Land gives congregations an opportunity to help fulfill the great commission by inviting their friends, family, and neighbors to come and experience seeing the “Land of the Bible,” with their own eye’s.
A church we worked with had recently gone through a redesign of their website, which was good timing during the planning of their church members group tour to Israel. The church set up a very attractive landing page for promoting and announcing the tour. We recommended promoting the church webpage with paid advertisement through Google Ads-because you want to have a good landing page for what you are promoting.
The church was located in an area where there were not too many other churches, so they geo-targeted their new Google Ads campaign to their immediate area. The lack of other churches promoting in the area made the campaign CPC (cost per click) very affordable.
The Hagia Sophia situated in the Old City of Istanbul has served as a major landmark for centuries visited by millions of tourist including pilgrims touring on the popular Footsteps of St. Paul, Seven Churches of Asia Minor, and Holy Land and Istanbul Christian tours.
The Holy City of Jerusalem, where the Temple once stood is home to hundreds of Christian holy sites associated with the Christian world. After all, it is Jerusalem where Jesus brings his disciples to challenge the Judean status quo, where the Last Supper takes place, and it is here where Jesus is arrested, crucified and resurrected. With countless sites to consider visiting during a Christian Holy Land tour, read our guide for our top ten Holy Land sites in Jerusalem.
The Church of Saint Catherine is a 19th- century Roman Catholic Church located adjacent to the Basilica of the Nativity in Bethlehem. The Chapel was built over the cave where Jesus was born, and it even shares a wall with the Basilica of Nativity.
The amazing story of the Oberammergau Passion Play begins in 1633. In the ravages of the Thirty Years’ War, after months of plague, dying, and suffering, the townspeople of Oberammergau made a pledge with God, to act out the suffering, death, and resurrection of the Lord, Jesus Christ once very ten years in a play.