Why You Should Join Us

Have you ever been curious what the ancient Biblical world was like? Or have you ever wished you could have journeyed with the Apostle Paul on his missionary travels, or perhaps joined the Apostle John on Patmos, as he wrote the book of Revelation? While time travel is not an option, you can tremendously enhance your understanding of what their ancient world was like by taking a trip to the Bible Lands themselves. This summer we will be following in the footsteps of the early church by traveling across Turkey from Cappadocia in the east to Alexandria Troas in the west. We will even spend a day on the Island of Patmos, where the Apostle John wrote the book of Revelation.

A study tour like this is a once in a lifetime event. No course on the Bible, no study of geography, and no history book can ever give more insight into the Bible and its message than a personal trip to the Mediterranean world itself. It gives you the chance to hear, feel, smell, and experience the lands where the Christian faith first caught fire and spread around the world. As many people have told me before, it will really make your reading of the Bible come alive.


The total cost for the thirteen day study tour is ONLY $1,999 (plus airfare). The price includes: accommodations in 4 and 5 star hotels in Turkey, breakfast and supper, a private a/c motor-coach, and entrance fees to all our schedule sites, and a special tour book I've written that will be a useful source of information on all the sites we will be visiting. Our journey will also be enriched by the presence of my good friend Hakan Edirne, a professional English speaking Turkish tour guide and archaeologist. Hakan will help us to appreciate and better understand Turkish culture. 

All you need is a little extra money for lunch and souvenirs! You literally cannot afford NOT to go! This is a chance of a lifetime.

Make sure you read the testimonials about my most recent trip. 

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