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In the Footsteps of Paul
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I remember two years ago when I was asked to host a tour of PRAISE listeners to go to Israel… what a dream come true. A life-changing experience for me for sure… I have made some incredible memories and some wonderful lifelong friendships.  And now, an opportunity to go on “Paul’s Journey” this Fall.

Have you ever thought of going to Greece and Turkey to walk in the footsteps of Paul?  Maybe you have been praying for the right opportunity to go… how about joining me and other PRAISE listeners in Greece this September? Our ten day adventure will be packed with the sights and sounds of Greece as we tour Athens, see the Parthenon, go to Mars Hill and then get on a cruise ship to Ephesus and visit the island of Crete and Patmos. Your Bible will come alive and you’ll never read it the same way again.  

I would love to have you join us for an upcoming Greece Information Night with PRAISE. You’ll enjoy some yummy desserts and coffee while getting all the tour details and questions answered by our partners at Indus Travel.  For details CLICK HERE or call 1-888-298-1065 and signup for one of our Greece Info nights. I look forward to exploring the beauty and history of Greece with you this fall.

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    Background: I'm a Washington native, although I spent most of my growing up years in the Midwest where I attended Evangel University in Springfield, Mo. In 1985, I began working at our sister station in Seattle Spirit 105.3. I enjoy just being at home scrapbooking, singing on my church's worship team and photography! Family: I have three awesome kids. Matthew, Makenzie, and Madison.

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  1. RichardT posted on 04/15/2014 09:04 PM
    Wonderful to hear of such an awesome trip in the footsteps of Paul. Wonder what this costs?
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