Join us in our journey of remembrance through central Georgia, August 11-13. You will be flooded with a history of Americans’ heroism, undaunted courage, incredible sacrifice, tragic defeats and joyous triumphs from the War for Southern Independence, the First and Second World Wars, the Cold War, and modern military adventures around the globe. The characters that inhabit those corners of history were sinners and saints, riflemen, naval tars, and airmen, with the regular mixtures of rogues, rapscallions, and reprobates caught up in military service. They appeared in the cockpits and gun turrets of bombers, now at Robbins AFB, living in underground warrens at Andersonville Prison, on the battlefields and boats of the War Between the States, remembered in the Museums of Columbus. They soared in single combat, flying their P-51 fighters from their home base in Tuskegee, Alabama, painted red in search of swastikas painted black. We shall see who proved their mettle and who didn’t—all the stuff of history. And, as is our custom and our passion, we will do so in the light of the Providence of God, and His Sovereign oversight of all of history. Our hallmark will be front and center—meeting like-minded Christians from around the United States and sharing the fellowship that characterizes the family of God. You can’t get this unique history tour anywhere else.