Future Tours and Travel News

Looking for a long-range plan of tours? Now is the time to make your plans for an upcoming vacation. Even though some of the following tours are a year or more into the future, please call if you have interest. Some tours already have lists of interested participants and some have limited numbers of participants, so it’s important to contact us to give a tentative indication early. If your name is on a specific tour list, we’ll send you updates on prices and itineraries first.

Port Jackson Bay in Sydney

2021

January – Panama
February – Winter Mystery
February – Sweetheart Mystery
March – Arizona Spring Training
May – Rhine River Cruise
June – Alaska & June-LWMS
July – Summer Mystery Tour
July – Scandinavia
August – Canadian Rockies
September – Utah Rocks!
September/October – Nova Scotia
October – Israel-Jordan
November – Branson
December – Rose Bowl Parade

Contact Us today to put your names on the interested list.

glacier

2022

February – Winter Mystery
February – Sweetheart Mystery
February/March – Florida
April – South Africa
May – Branson
June – Alaska
June – LWMS
July – Eastern Europe and Passion Play
August – Summer Mystery Tour
September – Southeast Splendor
October – Ark & Creation Museum
October – Albuquerque Balloon Fest
November – Nashville
December – Mexico All-Inclusive

Contact Us today to put your names on the interested list.

Lincoln Memorial

2023

January – Hawaii
February – Winter Mystery
February – Sweetheart Mystery
March – Arizona Spring Training
April – Texas
May– France River Cruise
June– Alaska
June – LWMS
July – Summer Mystery Tour
August – Ireland
September – Washington D.C.
October – New England
October – Branson
November – South America

Contact us to add your name to the interested list.

Sneak Peak - 2024

  • Southern California
  • Footsteps of Paul
  • Smoky Mountains – Pigeon Forge
  • Midwest Marvels
  • England and Scotland
  • Northern California
The Great Wall

TSA Flying Guidelines

Packing your carry-on luggage for a flight just got easier, if you know the rules. The new TSA guidelines brochure is called 3-1-1.

“3” – In the brochure, the “3” represents three ounces or smaller containers of liquid or gel. Larger containers that are half-full or larger toothpaste tubes rolled up are not allowed. Any container that is bigger than three ounces is permitted in your checked luggage, but not in your carry-on luggage.

“1” – The first “1” represents a one-quart bag. All liquids, gels and aerosols must be in three-ounce or smaller containers and all these containers must be placed in a quart-size, zip-top, clear plastic bag.

“1” – The final “1” means only one one-quart-sized bag. Each traveler must remove his/her quart-sized plastic, zip-top bag from the carry-on and place it in a bin or on the conveyor belt for X-ray screening. Travelers who follow the rules will zip through security checks and lighten their loads.

Gift certificate

Gift Certificates Available

Gift certificates for travel make great gifts anytime. To purchase a gift certificate, contact Tom’s Christian Tours.

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