Jess, Seth, and Hunter pick their way through subterranean Jerusalem. The path they are following is often called the “dry” tunnel to distinguish it from Hezekiah’s Tunnel or the “wet” tunnel.
It is likely that this underground passage was cut through the limestone beneath Old Jerusalem in the Middle Bronze Age (ca. 1800 BC). It was used to transport irrigation water from the Gihon spring to fields in the Kidron Valley.
The residency program of Johnson University leads to a Master of Strategic Ministry degree. It involves a collaborative relationship between Johnson University and local churches. This accredited program equips students for effective, strategic Christian leadership and includes a study-tour to Israel/Palestine.
To learn more about residencies, see the link here.