Encountering Greece Tour 2020

May 03, 2019

Encountering Greece Tour 2020

This week's post is more of an announcement than a typical leadership post. In partnership with Heritage College and Seminary, I have the privilege of hosting a tour of Greece in May of 2020.

The tour will retrace the steps of the apostle Paul as we visit the biblical sites that brought the majority of the New Testament to the world. If you've ever wanted to experience the history, impact, beauty, and glory of Greece than this is the adventure you've been looking for.

We will visit the classic sites of the Parthenon and Mars Hill in Athens, to the cities of Corinth and Philippi and everything in between. The wonder of Greece will come alive as we experience the people, food, and geography that makes Greece one of the world's most desired vacation destinations.

Moreover, the historical significance of Greece will leave you spell bound.

It's only $300 to reserve your spot for the trip of a lifetime. You can call Anita at Myles TravelPlus at 905-628-0338. For full details and itinerary you can find it here.

As excited as we are for this trip, you will also find that it is reasonable in terms of cost, especially when you consider that flights, hotels, air-conditioned coach, English-speaking guide and most meals are included in the price.

Why not consider joining us for Encountering Greece 2020. It may just be the trip you've always dreamed of.




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