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Roots of our Faith Journey: From Martin Luther to John Wesley

NTS is once again sponsoring a trip to explore our spiritual heritage. Please plan NOW to join us may 16-30, 2014 for “The Roots of our Faith Journey: From Martin Luther to John Wesley”, including travel to Germany, Switzerland, and England. This journey will be a study tour that will explore in detail some of the primary roots of our spiritual heritage as we journey together to places where these roots were first planted and cultivated, including:


  •  Stand before the door of the castle church in Wittenberg, Germany where Martin Luther posted his “95 Theses” in 1517, touching off the 16th century Reformation.
  •  Travel the length of England, to Epworth, Oxford and London where John Wesley shaped a vital and distinctive form of Reformation Christianity in the 18th century.

More places to be visited are listed at NTS.EDU/ROOTS-OF-OUR-FAITH-JOURNEY.
Please consider joining us! We anticipate that participants will represent a wide range of ages, backgrounds, and vocations. YOU are welcome!
NTS faculty and other expert resource persons will help bring to life the story of the Reformation and the Wesleyan Revival as we travel to places at the very heart of these great epochs of Christian history.
To receive more information as details are confirmed (including trip cost and exact
itinerary), please fill out the form at NTS.EDU/ROOTS-OF-OUR-FAITH-JOURNEY.


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