Good Faith Experiences

Good Faith Experiences are highly personalized travel and learning opportunities that combine inspiration and adventure.

These well-planned and hosted trips offer unique, shared experiences such as digging up 2,200-year-old pottery from a cave in Israel, watching stunning sunsets over some of the world’s most beautiful mountain peaks and ocean beaches, and retreating from daily demands at a Montana ranch.

Upcoming Experiences

Hawaii’s Big Island

May 21-28, 2022

Join astronomer and author Paul Wallace, historian and photographer Bruce Gourley, and co-host Missy Randall for a unique, small group experience of night-sky stargazing, tropical rainforests, horseback riding, volcanic adventures, breathtaking coastlines, local history, fresh fruit and much more.

Israel / West Bank

May 27 - June 6, 2022

Reading about the Holy Land is one thing: experiencing it is another. Join curriculum writer Tony Cartledge and Good Faith Media CEO Mitch Randall for a nine-day tour of Israel and the West Bank May 27-June 6, 2022. We’ll visit the Mediterranean coast, drive through the Valley of Jezreel, sleep by the Sea of Galilee, and explore important archaeological sites — all before reaching Jerusalem. We’ll visit significant sites in the Old City, and spend a day taking in sites around the Dead Sea. Before it’s done, we’ll enjoy fellowship with Palestinian Christians in Bethlehem, and actively participate in an ongoing archaeological project. Lodging, meals, and transportation are first-class and all-inclusive except for drinks. This could be the trip of a lifetime for those who want to walk where Jesus walked.

Olympic National Park / Northwest Coast

July 23-30, 2022

 

Join historian and author Bruce Gourley and co-hosts from Good Faith Media for an inspiring, small-group experience to the beautiful and magnificent Northwest Coast. Immerse yourself in the pristine rain forests and stroll along the wilderness coast of Washington’s Olympic National Park, and enjoy the spectacular scenery of Cannon Beach on the Oregon coast.