Intercession From the Holy Land 2024
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Do I need a Passport?
YES! You will need a Passport with several blank pages available. Your passport must have an expiration date of June 2024 or later. If you do not have a passport, you can apply at your local U.S. Post Office. A passport card is not acceptable.
2. Do I need a Visa?
NO. If you are coming from the U.S.A. no pre-departure visa is required.
If you are coming from a country outside of the U.S. please contact us directly so we can assist you in obtaining a visa (if necessary).
3. Can I book my own flight?
Yes you can, or if you need assistance we can help. After registering and paying your deposit, this will be the next important step. If you need assistance, please contact us.
We have several flights from different areas of the nation for you to choose from. We have staff who can assist you in obtaining your flight. Please have a credit/debit card ready when calling for assistance, as flight prices change often.
4. What hotel will we stay at?
This information will be provided to those who have registered and paid for the trip. If you have a preferred place to stay or will be staying with a friend or family member that is a resident in Israel, please contact us with that information.
5. How do I prepare for the Prayer Mission?
PRAY, FAST, CONSECRATE! There will be monthly prayer and information update meetings where specific instructions will be given. Until then, you can stay connected to Apostle Danielle via Facebook or You Tube.
6. Will I have time to tour Israel and sight-see?
Yes. You will have time to explore Jerusalem's Center City.
7. How much does a flight to Israel cost?
Prices vary depending on where you are flying in from. Flights for December 30th - January 8th are averaging between $890 - 1200 depending on your departure city and time.
8. Do I have to be physically fit?
NO. However, Israel is mountainous and has many hills, steps, and uneven pavement. Although these areas are not extremely steep, it will require stamina, strength, and the ability to climb stairs.
Can I bring food and snacks into Israel?
Yes. You may bring packaged snacks and food as long as it is not fruit or meat. Israel has a great selection of fruits, food, juices, fresh bread, and much more. There are plenty of stores around the area we will be in, and you will have plenty of time to shop as you need.
Can I drink the water?
These are only a few of the most frequent questions. If you have more questions or would like to speak with someone. You can fill out the contact us form and someone will reach out to you.
If you have immediate questions or your question has not been answered, feel free to call us at 1.877.519.0404. ~ Wright International Ministries
Have a Question? Contact us and we will do our best to help you.