Hill Brothers Tours is a collaboration effort of three brothers who have a combined total of more than 135 years in ministry and have collectively hosted many tours groups on spiritual pilgrimages over more than thirty years. We invite you to join us for a life-changing trip to the Holy Land.
The Hill Brothers grew up in a minister’s home which included five sons and three daughters. Three of the sons have served in a variety of ministry settings for many years. Each of the brothers completed an undergraduate degree at Southwest Baptist University or William Jewell College, and all three completed Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri.
This is The Hill Brothers in Ephesus during a tour to Turkey and Israel in February of 2007. The brothers host tours regularly–sometimes every year, but at least every other year. Our goal is to provide spiritual pilgrimages and special memories that will last a lifetime. Make plans to join us for our next tour.
Melvin “Pete” Hill, Jr. has more than 53 years of ministry experience including eight pastorates in Missouri and Florida. He is married and has twin daughters, a son and four grandchildren. He has hosted many tour groups over a period of 30 years. He is presently serving as pastor of the United Methodist Church, Windsor, Missouri.
Jim Hill retired as Executive Director of Churchnet (a ministry of the Baptist General Convention of Missouri). Prior to his retirement, Jim also served part-time as Pastor of Administration at First Baptist Church in Jefferson City. He has served as a pastor, church planter, missionary, and denominational executive during more than 47 years of ministry. He is married with three sons and four grandchildren.
Drew Hill is Pastor of Memorial Baptist Church in Arlington, Virginia. Drew has also served churches in Sedalia, Lamar, Independence, and Lincoln, Missouri, during more than 35 years of ministry. He is married and has two sons and a daughter. Drew studied Old Testament Archeology at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.