Cory Morrow Holy Land Tour

TCRG Presents the Holyland Tour with Cory Morrow Tour


Special care has been taken to keep the cost as low as possible, yet provide for the best accommodations as possible.

A completed application and a $500 non-refundable deposit due 120 days prior to your tour, reserves your spot. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED-Sign up as soon as possible.

Balance of payment is due as soon as possible, but is required no later than 90 days prior to your tour.

Our rate includes:

  • Meeting & assistance upon arrival and departure at Ben-Gurion Airport by IGT representative
  • Porterage at airport and hotels
  • Overnights at the above mentioned hotels or similar
  • Guide Escort transfer from/to Ben Gurion Airport upon arrival and departure
  • English speaking tour guide throughout the entire tour
  • Luxury air-conditioned coach with WIFI
  • Meal arrangement: Half Board, including full buffet breakfast and dinners at hotels daily
  • St. Peter fish lunch by the Sea of Galilee
  • Entrance fees as per agreed itinerary
  • Pilgrimage Certificate in Israel
  • IGT's kit in Israel

Our rate excludes:

  • Expenses of a personal nature
  • Mineral water
Day Itinerary Hotels
1 Depart USA on your overnight flight to Tel Aviv

Dan Panorama, Tel Aviv

2 Arrival in Ben Gurion Airport --transfer to your hotel in Tel Aviv.  Tour of Joppa (known today as Jaffa) to see Simon the Tanner’s House location.  

Leonardo Plaza, Tiberias

3 Caesarea, Mt. Carmel, Armageddon, Nazareth (Nazareth Village Tour), Cana (Vow Renewal) Leonardo Plaza, Tiberias
4 Boat ride on the Sea of Galilee, (with Church Service on board), Mt. of Beatitudes, (the Sermon on the Mount recited in real time),  Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fish, (Primacy of Peter), St. Peter fish Lunch , Ancient Boat , Capernaum, Baptism in the Jordan River (Yardenit)

Dan Panorama, Jerusalem

5 Magdala,  Beit She’an (Celebration of living by faith in the amphitheater), Gideon Spring, Qasr el Yahud, Jerusalem Dan Panorama, Jerusalem
6 Mt. of Olives, Palm Sunday Route, Gethsemane, Caiaphas’ House, Last Supper Room—with a short service outside celebrating the Day of Pentecost “Upper Room” events, Communion at the Garden Tomb, Friends of Zion Museum Dan Panorama, Jerusalem
7 City of David, Lions' Gate , St. Anne’s Church, Pool of Bethesda, Pilate's Judgment Hall, Church of the Flagellation and The Ecce Homo Arch. Walk the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Old City Marketplace, Jewish Quarter, Western Wall, (Western Wall Prayer Time),  Western Wall Tunnel Dan Panorama, Jerusalem
8 Qumran, AHAVA Factory, Masada, float in the Dead Sea Dan Panorama, Jerusalem
9 Yad Vashem, Israel Museum-Second Temple Period Model of Jerusalem & Shrine of the Book, Bethlehem, farewell dinner Dan Panorama, Jerusalem
10 Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport


  • Single Supplement US $1,000.00

Cory Morrow

Happiness has always come naturally to Cory Morrow. With his rollicking, soulful, feel-good Texas country, he has made thousands jump on tabletops, shimmy, scream, and suspend worries for almost two decades, like a honky-tonk pied piper––and he shows no signs of stopping. But these days, Morrow is also devoted to something more.

“I’ve always been able to find happiness and help others find happiness,” he says. “But there’s a difference between happiness and joy. Now, I feel like there’s a deeper sense of joy that’s not circumstantial.”

That deep joy courses throughout The Good Fight, released June 16, 2015. The 15-song collection was recorded at East Austin’s 12th Street Sound and polished at the Zone Recording Studio in nearby Dripping Springs, Texas. Reflecting on the process from his home in Austin, Morrow says, “I want it to be right. Looking back on other albums, I feel like I’ve settled on certain things. And this time, I really don’t want to settle.”

Listening to The Good Fight, it’s immediately clear that this is a record brimming with guts, truth, and growth––not compromises.

Morrow sings hard, proving his smooth, fiery drawl has only gotten better with age. The music revels in a life full of love and purpose, drawing on gritty rock, thumping gospel, and Morrow’s signature juke-joint country. Many of the songs address faith and relationships, both human and holy, with urgency, gratitude, and wonder. “I think there has always been a thread of spirituality in everything I’ve done––I’ve always been searching for something more,” he says. “But in the last five or six years, I’ve started to actually find it. And in the last three or four years, I’ve begun to come into really deep contact with it––to walk in it.”

As a songwriter, Morrow has retained his token wit and self-deprecating humor, two traits that play well with the album’s loftier themes. His circle of collaborators continues to expand: Nashville aces Brian Keane and Mando Saenz, along with Texas troubadours such as Carter Beckworth, joined an existing cast of favorites that includes the sagacious Owen Temple.

Written with Keane, “I Don’t Mind” captures the bliss of submitting your will to that of a higher power with piano-fueled, tent-revival panache. “I love the way that it speaks and the truth that it speaks,” Morrow says of the song.

Another track that Morrow tackles with a gospel-worthy aplomb, “Dreams” was penned with friend Matt Davis, who runs beloved Tomball, Texas venue Main Street Crossing. “I think we’re all dreaming to do more,” he says. “I find my dreams changing. They’re getting bigger in that they’re focusing less on me and more on what I can do for others. And that can be a really scary concept for me, because I’ve spent most of my life doing for myself––and that was pretty easy. And pretty fun,” he says, laughing.

When asked what “doing for others” looks like for him, Morrow doesn’t hesitate: “Serving. It’s little things all the time.” He mentions his band, and the urge to care for them as people and friends. He brings up his wife, Sherry, and his dedication to her, as well as their shared commitment to supporting organizations such as the Salvation Army in new, concrete ways. “It’s looking around my community and just seeing where there’s loss or grief or suffering. Is there any way I can be there for somebody?” he says. “Even if it’s for me to just be in the room, quiet and available.”

His newfound dedication to seeking out hurt and need around him emanates throughout the album. “In and Out of Light” explores the ideal balance between consistency and change, and serves as a call to see the downtrodden we so often choose to overlook. He sounds a similar cry on the soaring “Let Us Love,” a chest-pounding anthem pleading for open hearts, and “Hiding Anything,” in which he encourages listeners to “fall into arms that you can’t see.”

“Old Soul” is signature Morrow, gleefully mixing profound and silly to create a song that’s introspective, enlightening, and playful. “I’m an old soul, searching for a new way to rock and roll,” he sings over a flush band with standout guitar and Hammond B-3. A jubilant rock breakdown pays homage to early Morrow heroes like Led Zeppelin, and it’s clear he’d be hard-pressed to have more fun.

Pickup lines are turned on their head in “Old with You” as Morrow celebrates settling down. He penned the poignant “Little Man” for son Bear, his oldest. A four-year-old, two-and-a-half-year-old, and six-month-old twin boys fill his house with a different kind of crazy these days, keeping the Morrows perpetually on their toes.

Morrow laughingly refers to “Running After You” as his “blanket song”––a song that covers all of his boys. “It’s the idea that they’re each individually unique and beautiful in their own way, but all loved exactly the same,” he says. In the vein of “Love Without End, Amen,” written by fellow Texan Aaron Barker and immortalized by George Strait, “Running After You” is a masterfully delivered ode to fatherly love, both earthly and divine. “I want my sons to know that truth and love from the moment that they can actually speak so that when they get older, it won’t be such a far distance from them to travel––to come back home,” he says.

When asked if love serves as a unifying theme for The Good Fight, Morrow brings up the parable of “The Prodigal Son,” and the story’s precarious conclusion: Does the angry, older son ultimately follow his father into the party to celebrate his lost brother’s return?

“I think that’s what the record is for me,” Morrow says. “Everybody is the prodigal son––they’ve gotten lost and experienced love and redemption. And everybody is also very jealous of anybody else who’s gotten the kind of love they think they deserve. I think that the point of that story is that love is there, no matter what. You can’t earn it, you can’t make it greater, and you can’t do anything to make it smaller.” He pauses before adding, “Yeah. I’d love for the record to be about that kind of love. Perfect love.”

TCRG Presents the Holy Land Tour with Cory Morrow

June 24 - July 2, 2019 | $5,500

$500 Deposit is put towards the cost of the tour package.

$5,500 land and airfare from Houston (or another TX Intl. airport) - based on 40 people but a minimum of 20 needed.

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