Magdala, A View Into The Life And Times Of Mary Magdalene

Dedicated To All Women Followers Of Jesus Over the years on trips to Israel, driving along the Sea of Galilee from Tiberias to Capernaum, we would see an intriguing archaeological dig in progress on the western shore of the lake, tantalizingly near the Mount of Beatitudes, Mensa Christi and other Galilean sites. Finally in 2014, … More Magdala, A View Into The Life And Times Of Mary Magdalene

Why You Should Travel To Israel, The “Fifth Gospel”

In the last four decades millions of people have traveled to the Holy Land to visit what is sometimes called… the fifth Gospel.  In fact, according to the Israel Tourism Ministry 3.6 million traveled to Israel in 2017 alone.  That is an increase of 25% or 700,000 visitors over the previous year.  It will come … More Why You Should Travel To Israel, The “Fifth Gospel”

The Garden Of Gethsemane, So Much To Say…So Little Time

A belief common to many first-time Holy Land visitors is that the Garden of Gethsemane is a large plot of land full of trees and shrubs, situated in the quiet of nature, free from the confusion of the Holy City. Nothing could be further from truth…once again, what we see in our minds eye as … More The Garden Of Gethsemane, So Much To Say…So Little Time

Zoom Back To Ancient Jerusalem Via the Western Wall Tunnel

Hold on to your proverbial Indiana Jones hat….we are about to enter a place that evokes faith, facts, myths and mysteries! The Western Wall Tunnel or Rabbi’s Tunnel, a sort of “time tunnel” to ancient Jerusalem, sweeps us back 2000 years. In fact, the Western Wall Tunnels are really a microcosm of Jerusalem itself…from the … More Zoom Back To Ancient Jerusalem Via the Western Wall Tunnel