Celebrate the Uplifting Words, Acts and Life of the man who delivered the Gospel to the World!
Next to Jesus himself, the Apostle Paul is the most important person in the New Testament.
Paul's life essentially fills the Book of Acts.
He wrote 13 of the 21 letters that comprise the New Testament.
His four missionary journeys propelled the Gospel message of Jesus Christ onto the world stage in an unprecedented way and forever changed the history of western civilization.
As followers of Christ, we have all read about Paul's missionary journeys in the Book of Acts.
We have all read the letters that Paul wrote to the churches he founded on these journeys in places like Ephesus, Corinth, Philippi, and Thessalonica. We've read about Berea (Acts 17), whose Jewish people "examined the Scriptures everyday to see if what Paul said was true." We know about Paul's speech to the Greek philosophers on Mars Hill in Athens (Acts 17). We've read Paul's amazing letter to the church at Rome and know about Paul's visit to Rome to stand before Emperor Nero (Acts 28)
On this deluxe tour, we will have the opportunity to visit all these places and see for ourselves where these great events in the Bible took place.
This tour is a re-tracing of the second and third missionary journeys of the Apostle Paul as described in the Book of Acts, chapters 16-21.
In addition, we will visit Rome where Paul ended his fourth missionary journey, was imprisoned, and eventually martyred at the site that is today the Church of St. Paul’s Outside the Walls.
We will also visit the island of Patmos where the Apostle John was exiled and where he received and wrote down the Book of the Revelation.