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The Israel Ministry of Tourism again looks forward to attending the convention of the National Religious Broadcasters this week. For many years IMOT and many of the members of the NRB have been working together to encourage and educate the Christian community about the life-changing moments they will experience while touring the Holy Land. 

 

This year, I am excited on behalf of the Israel Ministry of Tourism to bring back a special NRB event – our “Celebrate Israel Breakfast.”  It will be held on Sunday, Feb. 27th from 7 – 9 am in the Presidential Ballroom at the historic Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, TN. This breakfast is a celebration of appreciation of the Evangelical community’s solidarity with the state of Israel.  Anyone is welcome to come and attendance is free, but each attendee must register individually at www.NRBisraelbreakfast.com. 

 

The keynote speaker for the Breakfast is Bible teacher/radio host and President of Back to the Bible Ministries, Woodrow Kroll.  Our musical guests include:

 

o Amick Byram – Two-time Grammy Award Nominee best known for his role as the singing voice of Moses in “The Prince of Egypt”

o David Phelps – Multiple Grammy and Dove Award winner

o Taranda Greene – A vocalist who is being hailed as “the Celine Dion of Southern Gospel”

o John and Nancy Schuffle – Classically trained musicians and recording artists with over 50 combined years of professional singing experience

 

Those attending the convention will have two chances to win a very exciting prize - everyone visiting our Exhibit Booth may register to win one of two trips to Israel. After a record-breaking year in tourism to Israel, we are looking forward to another successful year and hope you will make plans for YOUR trip in the near future – You will never be the same!

 

 

Many Thanks and Shalom,


 

Haim Gutin

Tourism Commissioner

North & South America

 

 

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