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Each year, we travel to one or more biblically significant parts of the world. We learn about, and walk in the footsteps of Jesus, the apostles, Old Testament heroes, and church leaders who have shaped the Christian world that we know today.

Among others, we've explored the countries of Israel, Turkey, Jordan and Italy, as well as many cities found in the book of Acts, the Epistles, and Revelation such as Ephesus, Rome, Patmos, Sardis and Laodicea. We've also visited the ancient sites of Pompeii (Italy) and Petra (Jordan). The Biblical Study Tours also feature great fellowship with believers from all over the world, as well as teaching, insights and perspectives from Douglas and various experts who assist in leading these tours. Each tour is educational, inspirational & emotionally bonding! Many who have taken part in one tour are eager participants on another.

Right now there are 2 tours coming up:

2022 Biblical Study Tour
7-14 February
Israel: Caesarea Maritima, Mt. Carmel, Sea of Galilee, Dan, Caesarea Philippi, Mt. Bental, Capernaum, Jordan River, Nazareth, Megiddo, Beth Shean, Jericho, Gallicantu, Tower of David, Masada, Qumran, Dead Sea, City of David, Hezekiah’s Tunnel, Gethsemane, Western Wall.
Optional 3-Day post-tour: Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Shiloh, Mt. Gerizim

2022 Paul's Prison Journey
29 October - 8 November
Malta, Sicily, Syracuse, Reggio Calabria, Paestum, Pompeii, Naples, Pozzuoli, Rome, Ostia

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