You are the most qualified leader for your group. Let us take care of the details so that you can focus on your people.
We specialize in facilitating custom study tours for pastors, professors, speakers, and leaders of all kinds.
Our group study tours are all-inclusive, biblically focused, guided experiences that will bring the land and lessons of the Bible to life.
We will work with you to place you with a group that best meets your travel requirements and spiritual needs.
We have partnered with Moody Bible Institute to make our pre-trip curriculum available online for only a fraction of the cost.
Get a thorough introduction to the geography, language, and culture of the Old Testament.
If a recurring study tour tailored to your teachers, curriculum, schedule and participants appeals to your organization, we can arrange a planning trip for your leadership team to meet our guides, preview select sites, and ensure the study tour effectively integrates with your existing programming.
Be immersed in the land of the bible without having to manage any travel details.
Learn the life-changing lessons of the Bible in the places they actually happened.
Get the most from your travel with our seasoned guides and knowledgable teachers.
The best travel companions are those who come home with you to continue learning.
We got to walk the land and it made our bibles come alive, and my son being 17, he needed it to come alive. It solidified his foundation in his faith.— Joey
I have a masters degree, and I studied the bible for 6 years in higher education and I learned stuff in this one week in Israel I had no clue about.— Brandon
GTI has done such a great job of taking care of everything... allowing us to feel at home and really focus on the things we needed to from the very beginning.— Jordan
June 19 - July 3, 2016
The Plan ,The People, The Path
Egypt Jordan Israel
Led by George DeJong Senior Pastor of Holland Heights Church, Holland MI
In Partnership with Under the Fig Tree
June 13-26, 2016
Israel/Jordan - Eric Schrotenboer
Led by Eric Schrotenboer The Acacia Project
In Partnership with The Acacia Project