OneKing 2021 Israel Intensive
FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 7, 2021
Join us for an unforgettable journey into the past, present, and future of the controversy over Jerusalem, the covenants, and the nations.
Come with us for the 2021 OneKing Israel Intensive. It will forever change how you see Israel and the Middle East.
The Bible predicts the subject of Israel will become even more controversial in the days ahead. Now is the time to get biblical understanding. Come to Israel with us in summer 2021 and discover how the biblical narrative of Jesus’ return transforms the way we view Israel and the Middle East. As a bonus, this year we will be including additional material related to the Center for Biblical End-Time for a truly unique Israel Intensive.
An Unprecedented Moment
There are over 150 chapters in the Bible that describe God’s majestic plan to redeem the nations. Those chapters focus on the person Jesus, the city Jerusalem, the nation Israel, and the region of the Middle East. These passages describe real events that will take place in real locations and when you study those passages in those locations you will never read those passages the same way again.
History is building to a grand crescendo as the focus of the nations begins to return to the place where it all begin-and where it will all end.
We live in a generation unlike any other generation. A global controversy is gathering around Israel for the first time in history. The church is poised to reach every people group with the gospel. Night and Day prayer is filling the earth. All of this is happening on a global scale for the first time in human history leading to one question: how does the global church relate to all of this in a Jesus-centered way?
The Israel Intensive is a unique opportunity to simultaneously grow in depth in the Bible and in understanding of how the Bible applies to the modern Middle East.
The controversy around Jerusalem will require this generation to answer some serious questions:
- What is a biblical understanding of Israel and the Middle East?
- Why does this regional conflict have global implications?
- What is the biblical narrative about this conflict and how will it be resolved?
- What role does the global church play in Israel and the Middle East?
The OneKing Israel Intensive is an immersive experience for young adults into the very heart of the Middle East. Come encounter the untold story of what God is doing in the Middle East and prepare for what He will do
The Israel Intensive is a unique experience that includes:
- A chance to encounter the “untold story” of what God is doing in Israel and the Middle East.
- A tour experience designed to make the biblical narrative come to life.
- Focused sessions to help you grasp the modern Middle East.
- Worship nights in Jerusalem in the oldest Protestant church in the Middle East.
Ancient Israel and the modern Israel will come alive together as we travel through Israel with leaders from OneKing and learn from local believers. You will hear the untold story of God’s work in Israel and the Middle East and seriously examine what the Bible says about the days ahead. Come ready to study the Bible like never before and build new relationships with attendees from around the world.
Come ready for an unforgettable adventure. You will never read the Bible the same way again, and you will never see the world the same way again.
You have a chance to ask the hard questions and the Bible will come alive as we consider what God says about the future and experience the present power of the gospel in the midst of modern challenges.
We will experience modern Israel and encounter the land of the Bible including locations such as:
- The Hills of Galilee
- A boat ride on Sea of Galilee
- The Synagogue of Capernaum
- The Sermon on the Mount
- The Lions Gate
- The Pool of Bethesda
- Valley of Armageddon
- The Jordan River
- The Gideon Springs
- The Old City of Jerusalem
- The Mount of Olives
- The Wailing Wall
- The Garden of Gethsemane
- The Garden Tomb
- The City of David
- Mount Zion
- Mt. Carmel
February 27 – Arrival and transfer to Jerusalem
February 28 –March 2 – Galilee, the North, and the Coast
March 3 – Dead Sea and the Wilderness
March 4-6 – Jerusalem and Judea
March 7 – Tel Aviv and transfer to the Airport for Departure
2021 Pricing Coming Soon
- Includes All Meals
- Includes All Lodging
- Includes All Tips and Entrance Fees
- Includes Flights (Departing from New York)
- Includes All Transportation in Israel
- Payment Plan Available
- No other fees or out of pocket expenses.
* Attendees can request a connecting flight to JFK for an additional fee.
Please read all registration details carefully and please contact us if you have any questions. We are always happy to answer any questions. Registration fees may be paid in the following ways:
- Pay Entire Registration
- Pay Half Registration – The remaining half must be paid by February 1st, 2021.
- Pay a $500 Deposit – The deposit reserves your place with the balance due according to the payment plan below.
Attendees who pay the $500 deposit can pay the remainder of their registration at any time, or follow the following payment plan: $1,000 payment due by December 15th, $1,000 payment due by January 15th, and the final balance due by February 15th. If you have already registered and wish to make a payment on your trip balance, please click here.
Meals: Registration includes all meals during the intensive.
Tips: Registration includes all tips for tour guides and bus drivers.
Transportation: Registration all flights from the selected airport and all transportation within Israel. Registration guarantees airfare from New York (JFK). Note if you need a connecting flight to JFK please contact OneKing and we can assist you in adding a connecting flight.
Lodging: Lodging rates are for double occupancy. Attendees may indicate a preferred roommate. Attendees who do not indicate a preferred roommate, will be matched with a roommate of similar age and gender. Attendees stay at the Sephardic House Hotel in the Old City of Jerusalem and Ein Gev Resort in Galilee.
Additional Costs:Attendees may want to bring money for extra water bottles and snacks (Water bottles can be refilled at meals but occasionally extra water may be needed during the day.) Attendees may wish to bring $5-10 to tip lunch providers during the trip.