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CMI mission/tours to the navel of the earth is a potently life changing aliya ("going up") to the spiritual land of the Holy Scriptures. You will taste, touch, smell, hear, see, and feel the land where God was born as the Son of Adam, and where He lived, worshiped, worked, preached, taught, was crucified, died, was buried, resurrected, ascended, and is -very soon- to rapture His bride and then return with her, the church, to rule the earth for one-thousand years as the Messiah of Israel. 

Israel is the epicenter of the earth. Here, you are standing on biblical history and walking on biblical prophecy. THERE IS NO OTHER PLACE LIKE IT ON EARTH!

Our eleven day mission/tour to Israel can be more informative, enlightening, educative, even entertaining, and also life-changing, than a year of seminary. Foremost, you will perfume the Beulah-land with the aroma of Yeshua. You will obey the biblical mandate of missions,"to the Jew first and also to the Gentiles" (Romans 1:16). We will visit and encourage CMI missionary-representatives, families and friends living in Israel. We will fellowship with messianic kehillat or Hebrew-Christian congregations, and also meet and love native Sabras, that is, Jews born in Israel. We will cross paths and speak briefly and lovingly to the nomadic Bedouins, the Druze, and Muslims. We will visit homes of the kibbutzniks and share over coffee and tea why we have come -of all places- to Israel. We will distribute bibles, books, tracts, and magnets on the boardwalk of the Galilee, the promenade of New Jerusalem, and every place we journey in the land. We will prayer-walk strategic and prophetic places in the land of the twelve tribes of Israel, have intimate conversations about faith and culture with those God providentially brings in our path, and journal of our own spiritual growth in the Word while in the land of the Word. 
In Israel we have day-to-day bible-studies on location at places like Megiddo, the Temple Mount, Capernaum, the Negev, and the Garden of Gethsemane. 

From Dan to Beersheba, the far north to the far south, from the Mediterranean or middle-of-the-earth sea westward to the Salt Sea at Israel's east border, and from the heights of the Golan to the lowest place in the world, the Dead Sea, we go to bless the vineyard of Israel, the land and the people of Israel. Our primary mission is to take back the Gospel or "Good News" that God in Yeshua loves Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria. This is reasonable and the mandate of missions (Acts 1:8; Romans 1:16).