Live, work as a part-time volunteer, and study on a kibbutz located on the beautiful shores of the Sea of Galilee where Yeshua ministered. Being immersed in this setting will give you firsthand knowledge of the people, their beliefs, hopes and aspirations.
Gaining firsthand cross-cultural experience is valuable as you meet Israelis, learn how to communicate with them and understand their customs, culture and language.
As you observe the religious people you will gain a better understanding of the New Testament. Experiencing and learning about Jewish cultures sheds light on the teachings of the Old Testament. You will get a first-hand view and participate in the Biblical holidays of Israel which are held on the kibbutz.
You will visit the Jewish believers in Israel and learn of their needs and challenges in a religious and secular environment.
One college president said a two-week trip to Israel is "worth a year of Bible college". If that is true, how much more valuable will it be to study the Bible in Israel for a year?
Build lasting relationships with other students and develop a cohesive united group.