GOSPEL SEEDS OF REFORMATION
that lead to the Gospel Restoration!
on a special tour of Germany and Prague this spring
Discover The Seeds of the Gospel Reformation
in Berlin, Dresden, Prague and more!
In 1517, the Spirit moved Martin Luther, a German priest who was disturbed at how far the church had strayed from the gospel as taught by Christ. His work led to a reformation, a movement that was taken up by such other visionaries. Join us on a tour of the Reformation
Sept 16-26, 2017 - 9nt 10 Day Tour
Trip is $1797*
*Per person based on double occupancy
Single supplement additional and is an additional $300 for single.
(Initial non-refundable deposit to hold your rate and space is $400 per person
Final payment due 3 months prior to departure) Airfare is additional.
AT THE MOMENT WE HAVE AIRFARE AVAILABLE FROM LOS ANGELES AT $750 ROUND TRIP PER PERSON! - IT WILL GO FAST!
History tells us, for example, of a great council held in A.D. 325 in Nicaea. By this time Christianity had emerged from the dank dungeons of Rome to become the state religion of the Roman Empire, but the church still had problems—chiefly the inability of Christians to agree among themselves on basic points of doctrine. To resolve differences, Emperor Constantine called together a group of Christian bishops to establish once and for all the official doctrines of the church.
Consensus did not come easily. Opinions on such basic subjects as the nature of God were diverse and deeply felt, and debate was spirited. Decisions were not made by inspiration or revelation, but by majority vote, and some disagreeing factions split off and formed new churches. Similar doctrinal councils were held later in A.D. 451, 787, and 1545, with similarly divisive results.
The beautiful simplicity of Christ’s gospel was under attack from an enemy that was even more destructive than the scourges and the crosses of early Rome: the philosophical meanderings of uninspired men. The doctrine became based more on popular opinion than on revelation. This period of time was called the Dark Ages. They were dark largely because the light of the gospel of Jesus Christ had been lost.
Then in 1517, the Spirit moved Martin Luther, a German priest who was disturbed at how far the church had strayed from the gospel as taught by Christ. His work led to a reformation, a movement that was taken up by such other visionaries as John Calvin, Huldrych Zwingli, John Wesley, and John Smith.
The Heart of Luther Country and Eastern Germany
In this Tour you will get to know the most important cities of Luther’s life and you will have the chance to spend more time in Eastern Germany and Prague. You will visit: Wittenberg, Dresden, Prague, Leipzig, Eisleben, Mansfeld, Naumburg, Weimar and more!