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How to Build a Church

Inspired Voyager is proud to announce its unique Build-a-Church program, with dual benefits: Not only does the traveler get to study the Bible while exploring unique destinations by visiting the Holy Land or following in the steps of the Apostle Paul, but the tourist could raise up to $100,000 for his or her church.

Through Build-a-Church, the organizer earns money directly from the company, completely independent from the agent's commission. The amount grows gradually depending on the number of cabins sold, starting at $1,000 for 10 cabins sold and reaching $100,000 for 300 cabins. The funds go directly to meet the church's needs for building projects, helping the community, funding ministries and more.

The Grand Holyland Cruise begins in Rome, Naples and Pompeii, voyaging all the way to Holy Land for three full days of touring Athens, Corinth and a finale in Rome, for the Rome and Vatican tour.

The Steps of Paul Cruise sails from Piraeus, the main port of Athens, and travels through the life and teachings of Apostle Paul by stopping in Thessaloniki, Beroia, Philippi, Pergamum, Ephessos, Miletus, Patmos, Athens and Corinth.

All-inclusive rates include air and cruise, plus all shore excursions and touring. Rates are fully commissionable to the travel agents.

More than 120 tour companies trust Inspired Voyager for their groups. Learn more by visiting www.build-a-church.com and www.inspiredvoyager.com.

Information and photo courtesy of Inspired Voyager.

 

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