Into the Amazon
One Lost World — Thirty Men — Seven Mysteries
2011 marks the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the Inca stronghold Machu Picchu by famed explorer Hiram Bingham. It is also nearly the 100th anniversary of the historic father-and-son expedition into the Amazon down the River of Doubt by Teddy Roosevelt and his son Kermit. Now, Doug Phillips has led a thrill-packed expedition of thirty fathers and sons to the heart of the Amazon and high into the Andes Mountains—and you can join him! For the better part of a week, Doug and his team lived on a boat and in the Rainforest in the heart of Amazonia. They caught some of their own food, debated, dialogued, explored, and investigated. They built relationships like men and emphasized the importance of fathers and sons working together for the glory of God. Now you can follow these thirty men and share in their experiences as they shed light on seven mysteries of importance to Christians in the 21st century: The Mystery of the Meaning of the Amazon; The Mystery of the Tribes; The Mystery of the Strange Creatures of the Amazon; The Mystery of Plants of the Amazon; The Mystery of the Lost Legacy of Adventure and Dominion; The Mystery of the Mighty Inca Empire; and The Mystery of the Ica Stones and the Great Peruvian Desert.