Peruse our collection of images from past ministry calendars and photo albums.

  • April 2011Tanner's Gate

    Tanner’s Gate

    Built in approximately AD 1200, the Tanner's Gate is older than the present city walls. The Turkish architects who constructed the present Old City fortifications walled up the gate in […]

  • March 2011New Gate

    New Gate

    At only 120 years old, this is the newest of the entrances into the Old City. The gate was cut into the northwestern side of the city in 1887 in […]

  • February 2011Herod's Gate

    Herod’s Gate

    Herod's Gate is known in Hebrew as the "Flowers' Gate." The English name is a misnomer as the gate has no relation to Herod the Great and his kin known […]

  • January 2011Eastern Gate

    Eastern Gate

    The Eastern Gate (Golden Gate) is the only gate that provides direct access to the Temple Mount, and it is the only gate that has been sealed for hundreds of […]

  • Cover 2011 CalendarDamascus Gate

    Damascus Gate

    The central and largest gate on the northern wall of the Old City, the Damascus Gate gets its name from the destination of the road leading north. Israelis call this […]

  • Cover 2012 CalendarChurch of St. Peter's Primacy

    Church of St. Peter’s Primacy

    The Church of St. Peter's Primacy on the north shore of the Sea of Galilee.

    Photo by Todd Bolen of

  • December 2012Sea of Galilee

    Sea of Galilee

    Jesus found His first disciples fishing the waters of the Sea of Galilee. On one of His journeys with them crossing the lake, Jesus calmed a violent storm (Matthew 8). […]

  • November 2012Mary's Well

    Mary’s Well

    Mary's Well marks the location of the main water source of Nazareth for millennia. Jesus' mother likely came to this spring numerous times as she raised her family in this […]

  • October 2012The Church of Annunciation

    The Church of Annunciation

    This Church in Nazareth is built over the traditional location where the angel Gabriel announced to Mary that she would give birth to the Son of God (Luke 1: 26-37). […]

  • September 2012Mount Tabor

    Mount Tabor

    Growing up in Nazareth, Jesus would have had this view of Mount Tabor from the ridge above His hometown. Mount Tabor was famous for its role in Deborah's defeat of […]

  • August 2012The Church of the Beatitudes

    The Church of the Beatitudes

    This chapel is located on a mount on the north shore of the Sea of Galilee. It commemorates the site where a Jesus delivered His "Sermon on the Mount" (Matthew […]

  • July 2012The Jordan River

    The Jordan River

    Jesus' earthly ministry was inaugurated when he was baptized by John in the waters of the Jordan River. Speaking from heaven, God the Father identified Jesus as His "beloved Son" […]

  • June 2012The Jezreel Valley

    The Jezreel Valley

    This view of the Jezreel Valley from a ridge near Nazareth would have been a familiar one to Jesus. This valley is also known as the Valley of Armageddon. The […]

  • May 2012The Chorazin Synagogue

    The Chorazin Synagogue

    Chorazin is one of the three towns in the Galilee where Jesus focused His ministry. The Lord condemned the city because it had seen great miracles and yet refused to […]

  • April 2012The Capernaum Synagogue

    The Capernaum Synagogue

    This fourth-century AD synagogue in Capernaum sits on the location of the synagogue of Jesus' day. The Gospels record that Jesus performed many miracles here. This is also the place […]

  • March 2012Capernaum


    This town became Jesus' hometown during the three years of His earthly ministry. The gray church is built over the probable home of the apostle Peter and the white limestone […]

  • February 2012Caesarea Philippi

    Caesarea Philippi

    This was the site of the pagan city that was located on the northern edge of Jewish territory. The Lord and His disciples were traveling in this area when Peter […]

  • January 2012The Arbel Cliffs

    The Arbel Cliffs

    The Arbel cliffs overlook the Sea of Galilee and the area of Jesus' ministry on the northwestern shore. Rising 1,200 feet above the water, Mount Arbel may have served Jesus […]

  • December 2013A Quiet Time

    A Quiet Time

    The Western Wall is not always a beehive of activity. There are quiet times when only a hand full of people are present. You can visit the wall live via […]

  • November 2013Assembling


    The Western Wall Plaza is usually jam-packed with people on special feast days like Passover or Hanukkah. The military also uses the plaza for special ceremonies that attract many on-lookers.


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