Does God Exist? Field Programs for 2009

For many years the Does God Exist? program has offered summer programs:  some in the field, and some in a classroom setting--both designed to help Christians train to be more effective in using apologetics to build faith and answer questions.  This summer we offered four programs in this area.  The field programs are at such locations as the Grand Canyon and the canyonlands area in Arizona and Utah, and on the Galapagos Islands off the coast of Equador in South America.  The classroom programs have taken place at some local college facilities or church buildings near our offices.  Two of the programs have been canceled and the retreat has already taken place.  There is just the Canyonlands trip still scheduled.

There are no charges by Does God Exist? for these programs.  The only costs are those from the companies that provide services that we use on the trips or for the buildings used, such as for lodging, transportation, entrance fees, and some meals.

John Clayton is your host and teacher for these trips, assisted by Nathan and Erin Collins, and Alan Doty.  Mark Story and QueensLander Tours ( are the coordinators of these trips.

Prices include transportation from the departure point and back (listed in the descriptions below), motels, park fees, and some meals.

CANYONLANDS TOUR--September 13-18, 2009.  A trip to the Canyonlands region for adults, including:  the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion Canyon, Meteor Crater, and more.  The cost is $779 for double occupancy from Flagstaff, Arizona.

For more information contact us at:  John Clayton, 1555 Echo Valley Dr., Niles, MI 49120-8738 ( or 269-687-9426) or Mark Story at or 1-877-865-6711.

To read about previous trips read this link, America's Canyonlands Tell of God's Handiwork (2003), The Grand Canyon 2002 Seminar:  More Data on Genesis, and The First Does God Exist? Grand Canyon Float Trip (1988).

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