This year’s hosts for the Going On Faith Conference being held August 4-6 in South Bend/Mishawaka, Indiana, have created three FAM options.
An Italian woodcrafter recently finished a 10-foot statue of the Mary for the pilgrimage site of Our Lady of San Juan del Valle-National Shrine.
Known for her frank and open communication style, Joyce Meyer will speak at worship conferences in eight cities in 2015.
Larger-than-life oil paintings depicting Jesus’ 46 parables will debut at BibleWalk, Ohio’s only wax museum.
Guests will discover a re-imagined Dixie Stampede for its 28th season in 2015.
The John Deere Waterloo Tractor and Engine Museum opened on December 2, bringing the history of John Deere’s tractors to life in downtown Waterloo.
Groups can meet real Amish Country housewives in Northern Indiana
The American Civil War Museum has announced an update in its expansion schedule that allows the museum’s site at Historic Tredegar to remain open throughout 2015.
“Faith-based travel is driven by universal dynamics that remain constant, for people of faith, there will always be sites sacred and secular that create a desire to travel. Dozens of successful tour companies have identified faith-based travel as their primary market, and there are thousands of volunteer travel planners in this market as well. In the global community of Judeo-Christian believers alone, there are millions of active travelers worldwide.
Amish Country of Northern Indiana is offering a post-conference tour at this year’s Going On Faith Conference in April.