To walk the story, it is necessary to know the story. St. Jerome said that there are five Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John and the Land. Each author presents God’s story from their perspective and point of view and the land is no exception. People today live on the land in the same way as they did thousands of years ago. The sights, smells and cultural nuances still resonate with the echoes of a lifestyle which reflects the characters we read about in the Bible.
Our goal is for people to have an experience and not a tour. To engage the Bible in its context, to understand the cultural interplay between the Bible and the historical reality in which it was immersed. It is life changing to see the Bible come alive as you walk it for yourself and put your feet in the same locations in which events happened that changed the world forever.