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October is a Life-Changing Month at TBN's Holy Land Experience

Contact: Colby May, TBN, 202-544-5171, cmay@tbn.org

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 9, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- October is a busy month at Trinity Broadcasting Network's Holy Land Experience, the Orlando, Florida vacation and ministry destination where individuals from around the world come to experience the sights, sounds, historical time frame -- and life-changing truths -- of the Bible and First-Century Jerusalem.

Nearly every day of the week something exciting is going on at the park's 2,000-seat, state-of-the-art Church of All Nations, where guests experience life-impacting worship, dramatic presentations like Behold the Lamb and We Shall Behold Him, and where they can even participate in a live broadcast of TBN's signature Praise the Lord program.

This month, Church of All Nations will also host a series of powerful weekday and evening services with dynamic ministry leaders like Pastor Benny Hinn, Dr. Mark Chironna, and Pastor Jonathan McKnight, along with the anointed music of contemporary worship leaders Trent and Keisha Cory.

In addition, on Saturday, October 13 (7:00 p.m. EST), Holy Land Experience will welcome southern gospel music great Guy Penrod, a longtime audience favorite with the popular Gaither Homecoming tours.

"Church of All Nations has become a favorite spot for individuals and families visiting Holy Land Experience," said Mike Everett, general manager of the park and ministry center. "From the relevant teaching and preaching to the outstanding music, it is like a 'Worship Central' that helps visitors round out and interpret everything else they see and experience here."

Holy Land Experience brings Scripture to life through re-creations like the Jerusalem Street Market, where guests take in the sights and sounds of the ancient City of David; the Qumran Caves, where many biblical manuscripts were discovered; the Wilderness Tabernacle, the heart of worship for the children of Israel during their 40-years in the desert; the Great Temple, the imposing place of worship deeply revered by First Century Jews; and the Garden Tomb, where Christ was buried and rose three days later.

The many comments and feedback from guests confirm that Holy Land Experience is impacting individuals and families every day of the week. "Our lives are changed forever," said a guest from Massachusetts who visited the park for several days with her family. "Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Keep up what you are doing for Him and touching people deeply."

A lady from Texas who visited recently with her husband said "this must be what heaven will be like -- people of all colors and backgrounds coming together to celebrate the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ."

And a young man who visited Holy Land Experience with his new wife on their honeymoon said: "The Lord had great blessings that we never could have planned or imagined. I cried nearly the entire time through the dramas I saw because they touched my life. The entire experience was unforgettable."

Mike Everett said he and others at Holy Land Experience regularly receive such encouraging comments -- and for good reason. "I truly believe this is one of the most relevant and life-changing destinations that individuals, families, church groups, youth groups -- just about anyone -- could experience," he said. "The true-to-life exhibits, the dramas and musical productions, the worship and services at Church of All Nations -- and even the wonderful food and unique shops -- all add up to an unforgettable, impacting adventure for folks of all ages."

For more information about Holy Land Experience, visit www.holylandexperience.com.