Drs. Dan Lockwood and Don Brake will once again host Multnomah Biblical Seminary's President's Tour, Oct. 5-16, 2004 in Germany. The five-star guided tour will spotlight the Reformation of 1517.
Participants will visit many historical sights important to Martin Luther and his life. The tour will visit Eisenach where Luther nailed his 95 thesis on the town church's door and the Wartburg castle where he translated the New Testament.
Popular sights not related to the Reformation are on the list as well. Travelers will have the chance to walk through King Ludwig's incomparably beautiful Neuschwanstein castle in Bavaria, scale the German Alps and enjoy a scenic cruise down the Rhine River. The tour will also pass through numerous medieval cities, including Oberammergau, where visitors will experience Germany's rich culture.
Beyond the sightseeing, the President's Tour strives to offer a life-changing adventure that exposes people to history that has changed the course of humanity and Christianity. Men with a thorough knowledge of God's Word and extensive knowledge of Germany will help apply the sights and experiences to the heart as well as the mind.
Dr. Brake said that people who participated in previous President's Tours commented that the tour was one of the highlights of their lives.
The cost is approximately $2695 per person for the main tour, Oct. 5-16 and an additional $625 per person for an optional two-day tour in Switzerland. The optional tour will guide people mainly through Zurich and Geneva, highlighting the reformation of Calvin and Zwingli.
For more information, please contact Debi Sweeney at 503.251.6465 or email her at email@example.com.