Our office will be closed from 9/25 – 10/23. Any orders placed during this time will be shipped upon return by 11/1/23.
Register early, the last eleven years sold out!
The Grand Canyon is America’s most recognized landmark. But was it carved out over millions of years or in a few days? Join us for a great weekend of learning AND VIEWING scientific facts from a young earth view that will embolden your faith!
— Bill Perkins
This is a great getaway weekend! You’ll arrive on Thursday in Phoenix, Arizona (fly into Sky Harbor Airport–PHX) and spend the night. Friday morning we head to the Grand Canyon and begin learning scores of Biblical and scientific facts from your host, noted Creationist Russ Miller, on how the canyon was carved in days and not millions of years! We’ll view the Grand Canyon, study the facts, walk the south rim, and take a fun raft trip down the Colorado River. You’ll learn how the Biblical flood of Noah ties into the canyon’s history and see/touch rocks from the original earth created on Days One and Day Three!
Whether you’re young or old, this is a great, succinct and laid-back tour and raft trip of the Grand Canyon from a Biblical perspective. Come as a couple, a family, an individual or youth group and you’ll be armored with science and knowledge to defend the Biblical account of Noah and the worldwide flood… critical for our youth today and exciting for Believers of all ages.
So plan to arrive in Phoenix on Thursday for an overnight included in your trip package. We’ll end our trip back at Phoenix to spend Saturday night so you can fly home on Sunday — a great four-day weekend trip.
The price includes three hotel nights, Grand Canyon tours, guided raft trip on the Colorado River, meals from dinner on Thursday through breakfast Sunday and more!
NOTE: If you’re driving from north of Flagstaff, you have the option of over-nighting Thursday and Saturday in Flagstaff. However, there is a $100 pick-up fee for this location, and please note that there are excellent lectures on the bus from Phoenix. The hotel rooms in Flagstaff are usually about 30-40% more expensive, which you are obligated to pay.
So talk to your family and friends and put this trip on the calendar! It will be a great weekend of knock-your-socks-off scenery, incredible teaching, and lots of fun.