If you’ve ever been part of a small group Bible study that meets, say, once a week, you know the feeling you begin to get several days before the day the group meets. You find yourself looking forward to the Bible study so you can once again get together to enjoy warm fellowship with the other brothers and sisters in the group. Many important long-lasting friendships result from these small group experiences.
Now imagine what could be called ‘The Magic of Christian Travel’ where you don’t meet just once a week, but for the duration of the programmed tour you’re in close communion with other Christians that make up the tour group. The group is bonded together in a grand adventure. It travels together, interacts together, dines together, stays at the same hotel, and, most importantly, is collectively blessed by the Biblical message inspired by the tour program. The bonding and faith-building that can result from the many opportunities for sharing stories, praises, prayers, and testimonies, as you are blessed by the tour program, consistent with the reference in Hebrews 10:25, “Do not forsake the gathering of the brethren”.
The fellowship, sharing, and fun constitutes but one part of The Magic of Christian Travel. The other part is in the “different-ness” of travel: the excitement of new experiences and the thrill of being on-the-road and away from home with its familiar day-to-day routine.
The Magic of Christian Travel sets the stage for an effective and memorable learning experience and provides the ideal backdrop for the programmed tours. It makes for a powerful and unforgettable spiritual experience; the ultimate small group experience.