Why Jordan

Jordan is an elaborate mosaic of biblical history that dates back to the times of Genesis. A well-traveled bridge between east and west, sea and desert, Old and New Testaments, this land east of the Jordan River that in ancient times was a designated place of refuge is the only area in the Holy Land that links the lives of Abraham, Lot, Moses, Job, David, Ruth, Elijah, John the Baptist, Jesus and the Apostle Paul. Reminders of their stories are everywhere in Jordan.

Jordan is the home for Mount Nebo, where Moses gazed upon the Land he could not enter; Bethany Beyond the Jordan where Jesus was baptized by John at the east of the Jordan River; Madaba, home of the oldest mosaic map of the Holy Land; Lot’s Cave, where Lot and his daughters sought refuge after the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah; and many more. The events and lessons of the Holy Scriptures flow through the landscape much like the river that bears the country’s name. If you want to walk in the footsteps of the Prophets and truly immerse yourself in the stories of the Bible, Jordan is the destination.



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Biblical Land of Refuge

Follow in the footsteps of prophets and pilgrims who have gone before you to discover the true meaning of refuge.

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Inspired By Jordan - Behind the Hymns

You know the hymns by heart. You've sung them for years. But do you know the biblical events that inspired them?

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Land of Baptism

Discover the biblical history, culture, and people of this storied kingdom in the Holy Land that bears the name of the baptismal waters.

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The Wilderness Trail of John the Baptist

Follow in the footsteps of John the Baptist to deepen your faith and understanding of his message. Learn why he is the patron saint of Jordan for Roman Catholics.

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Immersive Experience of
Bethany Beyond the Jordan
(Baptism Site)




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