Repairing the Breach
December 5-16 2019
Sha’alu shalom Yerushalayim
Pray for the shalom of Jerusalem
We have designed this Prayer Journey to pray God’s promises directly over Israel and break the spiritual strongholds that keep Israel in spiritual blindness and bondage.
Your participation will have a life changing impact for you AND make an eternal impact on Israel in both the spiritual and the natural realms.
So come with us on a life impacting journey.
- We will pray God’s promises at important Biblical and historical sites. Under the watchful eye of a trained Israeli tour guide, we will go to “hot spots” where we will proclaim God’s promise to protect Israel.
- We will repent and renounce the 2000 years of anti-Semitism and proclaim God’s unique loving relationship with the Jewish people.
- We will meet and interact with many spheres of Israeli life, from settlers to the religious to the vendors at the shuk (outdoor market)
ARRIVAL BEN GURION
- Up to Jerusalem
- Yad Vashem
- Shabbat dinner
- Training & Prayer
- Church of Nativity
- Shepherd’s Field
- Old City Shuk
- Messianic Worship
ISRAEL’S PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE
- Israel Museum
- Tree Planting
- Atlit Museum
- Sea-side worship
SPIRITUAL AND MILITARY BATTLES
- Safed Cemetery
- Mt Bental
BEAUTIES OF THE GALILEE
- Mt of Beatitudes
- Kibbutz visit
- Sunset Sail
- Ein Herod
- Qsar Al Yehud (Baptismal site)
- En Gedi
- Dead Sea spa
IT WAS HERE!
- City of David
- Hezekiah’s Tunnel
- Southern Steps
- Western Wall Tunnel
- Mea Shearim
- 1st Train Station
- Shabbat dinner
- Ella Valley
- Ashdod Outreach
- Visit to the border
TABERNACLE to TEMPLE
- Temple Mount
THE LAST DAY
- Mt. of Olives
- Palm Sunday path
- Garden Tomb
Three items are required to process your registration:
Copy of valid passport
Use the link at the bottom of the application to return form along with a scan of your passport.
If you choose to pay by check, just include the application and copy of your passport.
Cost: $2500.00 (per-person, double occupancy)
(+2.9% + .30) supplement for PayPal, Debit or Credit Card
Inclusive of all land expenses:
Accommodations with large Israeli breakfast and dinner.
Reduction for Triple room occupancy: USD $102.00
All tips (bus driver, guide and hotel)
All entrance fees
Not included in the cost:
All personal items
Snacks, water, lunches
Air flight or insurance
Accommodations due to travel connections
Personal checks made out to Novea Ministries. Note for “Prayer Journey”
P.O. Box 62592
Colorado Springs, CO 80962
PayPal or Credit Card (via PayPal) with Surcharge: 2.9% + $0.30 per translation
Non-refundable deposit due by April 15, 2019 – $250
Second payment due July15, 2019: $1,125
Final payment due: October 1, 2019: $1,125
Please consider a gift to sponsor a participant. You can specify for recipient or give to the General Journey fund.
Tax deductible donations to the Journey General Fund:
Optional anonymous donation: Name Email, Designation to person or general fund.
If you’re an experienced traveler you probably know the importance of comprehensive travel insurance. Bags get lost or delayed and flights also cancelled or delayed.
Travel insurance is so important that we have found an excellent supplier, Faith Ventures. We highly recommend both the Premium and the Upgrade insurance policies.
If you choose to use your own insurance provider, please make sure you are completely covered for any and all possibilities.
Following is the coverage we suggest as supplied by Faith Ventures.
Please read it carefully.
- Trip delay, cancelation or interruption
- Accidental death
- Medical expenses (*check policy)
- Baggage/personal effects
- Baggage delay
*Depending on the situation, you might need to pay on site (by credit card) and then apply for reimbursement by your insurance. Find out in advance if your insurance plan will make payments directly to providers or reimburse you later for overseas health expenditures.
If you have to make a claim later, make sure you keep all documentation.
Flights being coordinated by Pastor Daniel of Global Wind
Sar-El Tour Agent will meet you and help you through the arrival process. Novea Ministries will welcome you at the arrival gate. Transportation will be provided to our hotel.
We HIGHLY recommended the Premium Plan Travel with Trip Cancelation/Interruption insurance which covers trip cancellation. You can view the policy on their website: https://www.faithventures.com/insurance/#compare
Most policies will cover refunds only emergency situations, therefore Novea Ministries is willing to provide refunds for “legitimate situations”* according to the following schedule:
- Deposit: non-refundable
- 50% of 2nd payment
- 25% of total price after 3rd payment
*Legitimate situations will be approved by Novea Ministries Board of Directors. Please submit your request for refund in writing including the refusal of a previously submitted insurance claim.
P.O. Box 62592
Colorado Springs, CO 80962
The undersigned Participant intends to travel and participate in a Prayer Journey to Israel with Novea Ministries on the December 5-16 2019 tour. Novea Ministries, a non-profit religious organization, formed under the laws of the State of Oregon is acting as the host, and has assisted in making arrangements for parts of the trip.
Although Novea has and will be involved in coordinating certain aspects of the trip, Novea is not a travel agency or a tour operator, but rather works with third parties which book hotels and make other arrangements. Participant acknowledges that he/she has arranged for his or her own travel to and from Israel for the trip.
As with any trip, there are risks inherent in the travel arrangements and scheduled activities. Therefore, Novea highly recommends purchase of the Premium Plan Travel and Upgrade Insurance from Faith Ventures or an equivalent vendor.
Participant acknowledged he/she has read and accepted the terms and conditions of the insurance coverage. Any additional coverage is at the expense of the Participant.
Participant is participating in the trip with full understanding of the risks. Participant agrees that in no way shall Novea’s directors or officers have any liability for any harm or damage suffered relating to the trip.
The Participant understands that the signing of this disclaimer and release is part of the registration process.
“I’ve been here five times, but never experienced Israel this way.”
“God delivered me from strongholds in my life as I broke strongholds over Israel.”
“I can’t stop crying for the people.”
“Each day was filled with deep insight, new discoveries and moments of inspiration.”
My biggest “take away” from Israel was the reminder of the destiny few acknowledge — for this great and powerful nation to be a light, to bring glory to His Name as ALL the nations come and worship the King of kings, as they are blessed through Abraham. Read More...
Reflections on Novea’s Repair the Breach Israel Prayer Journey
How does one reflect on a trip to Israel, on one’s first trip? My heart was overwhelmed with the sheer joy of feet on the ground in Israel! But as an intercessor, I’ve left my days of pure tourism behind. I can no longer think just in terms of sights, of beauty and of history. Now travel takes on a bigger panorama of the glory of creation, the beauty God desires to unveil through His plans and purposes, and the role of history in God’s timeline.
I commune with God as I travel asking how I can respond through intercession in partnership with His plan for the ages. There is nothing closer to the heart of God than His people Israel, redemption and restoration on a global scale. In Abraham’s seed all the nations of the Earth are ordained to be blessed. (Genesis 22:18) And yet, like the hire of Balaam, the nations have succumbed to denigrate Israel as hell continually attempts to block the destiny of God’s people. Word curses abound.
Our stated intercessory mission was to repair the breach, to bless the people of Israel through acknowledgement of historic accusation and condemnation against the Jewish race, especially by the Christian church. While each of us covered this in our own way, more openly we blessed Israel making declarations and decrees sourced from the Word of God, sending angels on assignment to fulfill His word in celebration of God’s faithfulness.
While the people of Israel may think of security and restoration in terms of their own prosperity, Kingdom perspective sees Israel’s destiny as even greater, as a means through which to bless all nations. In the midst of very real security concerns and zealotry, Israel’s role to bless the nations in tangible ways can be obscured by politics.
Our geographic placement near the border with Gaza, descending from the region of the Golan Heights, travel into the West Bank, crossing the border into Jordan, and lastly gazing from the Gulf of Aqaba towards the shorelines of Egypt, Jordan and Israel accentuated for me just how important it is for Israel to walk in the fullness of her destiny.
While I desire for every nation to prosper, Israel’s greatest prosperity lies in her preservation and presentation of Messiah, the King of kings who lived among her, died among her and was resurrected for all, that His Name might be proclaimed in all the Earth that we might all serve God shoulder to shoulder with Israel.
“The Lord says: ‘It is too small a thing for you to be my servant to restore the tribes of Jacob and bring back those of Israel I have kept. I will also make you a light for the Gentiles, that you may bring my salvation to the ends of the earth.’” (Isaiah 49:6)
My biggest “take away” from Israel was the reminder of the destiny few acknowledge — not statehood, not Jerusalem recognized as capital, not wealth, not prestige —but for this great and powerful nation to be a light, to bring glory to His Name as ALL the nations come and worship, blessed through Abraham. While Israel and so much of the church focuses on one piece of Israel’s restorative narrative as it pertains to land use, I pray for the pouring out on the house of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem a spirit of grace and supplication. Imagine the impact a visitation of grace of that magnitude could have upon regional politics! I pray Israel might look on Christ, the one they have pierced, and mourn for Him as one mourns for an only child, and grieve bitterly for Him as one grieves for a firstborn son adopting His passion for every tribe, every tongue and every nation. (Zechariah 12:10) It is then and only then Jerusalem will experience true security and the glory of the LORD will be revealed, and all mankind together will see it. (Zechariah 14:11, Isaiah 40:5)