Israel: Archeological Dig

Israel: Archeological Dig

June 7-23, 2018

Join Bible study writer and professor Tony Cartledge for a hands-on dig in Jezreel Valley, Israel.

Nurturing Faith Journal & Bible Study readers are invited to join Tony Cartledge and students from Campbell University Divinity School for a rare opportunity to participate in a two-week, hands-on archaeological dig overlooking the beautiful Valley of Jezreel, June 7-23, 2018

The cost of $3,995 includes transportation (locally and flights from the U.S.), meals and lodging, including:
• A three-day mini-tour of and two nights in Jerusalem.
• 12 nights at Kibbutz Yizre’el, adjacent to the dig site. All rooms have AC and WiFi.
• On-the-job training in proper archaeological methods.
• Visits to other archaeological sites.

Participants must be in willing and able to do physical labor (with breaks) from 5:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., and participate in evening activities. Flexibility and a cooperative spirit required.

For more information read Tony’s blog, “Diggin’ it — for real.”

Limited space is available. Registration through Campbell University Divinity School requires a $100 deposit, plus $1500 due by March 1 and remainder due by May 1.

Interested persons should first contact Tony Cartledge at to check on availability and learn more about the full itinerary, specific requirements and travel plans.



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