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  • December 2009Church of the Visitation

    Church of the Visitation

    The Church of the Visitation is located in Ein Kerem on the outskirts of Jerusalem, where Mary visited Elizabeth (Luke 1:39ff).

    All the paintings featured in the 2009 calendar were […]


  • November 2009The Western Wall Watercolor

    The Western Wall

    The Western Wall is the place in Jerusalem where Jews pray for the restoration of the Temple (Psalm 122).

    All the paintings featured in the 2009 calendar were painted by […]


  • October 2009The Tower of David Watercolor

    The Tower of David

    The Tower of David marks the site of the Jaffa Gate on the Western side of the Old City of Jerusalem (Psalm 48:12-14).

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  • September 2009Saint Peters Watercolor

    Saint Peter’s Church in Jaffa

    St. Peter's Church in Jaffa is the area where Peter had his rooftop vision which led to his visit with Cornelius (Acts 10:9ff).

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  • August 2009The Valley of Elah Watercolor

    The Valley of Elah

    The Valley of Elah is a site about 15 miles west of Jerusalem where David confronted the Philistine giant, Goliath (1 Samuel 17).

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  • July 2009Church of the Ark of the Covenant Watercolor

    Church of the Ark of the Covenant

    The Church of the Ark of the Covenant marks the site in Kiriath-Jearim of the house of Abinadab where the Ark was stored (1 Samuel 7).

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  • June 2009The Ein Gedi Oasis Watercolor

    The Ein Gedi Oasis

    The Ein Gedi oasis is near the Dead Sea, a place where David often fled when pursued by his enemies (1 Samuel 24).

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  • May 2009Independence Hall Watercolor

    Independence Hall

    Independence Hall is the building in Tel Aviv where the Declaration of Independence of Israel was read on May 14, 1948 (Isaiah 66:7-8).

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  • April 2009The Garden Tomb Watercolor

    The Garden Tomb

    The Garden Tomb is a possible site for the tomb of Jesus, located just north of the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem (Matthew 27:57ff).

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  • March 2009Elijah Statue Watercolor

    Elijah Statue

    The Elijah statue is situated on Mount Carmel at the place where Elijah confronted the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18).

    All the paintings featured in the 2009 calendar were […]


  • February 2009Roman Theater Watercolor

    Roman Theater

    The Roman Theater is located at Caesarea Maritime, the capital city of the Romans in Israel and the place the Roman soldier Cornelius lived (Acts 10).

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  • January 2009The Eastern Gate Watercolor

    The Eastern Gate

    The Bible prophesied the Eastern Gate would be closed and would not be reopened until the Messiah returns (Ezekiel 44:1-3).

    All the paintings featured in the 2009 calendar were painted […]


  • December 2011Eastern Gate in the Snow

    Eastern Gate in the Snow

    The Eastern Gate looks towards the Mount of Olives and the Kidron Valley, shown here after a snowstorm. Jesus entered the Temple courts from the east after the crowd acclaimed […]


  • November 2011Zion Gate

    Zion Gate

    Providing access to Mount Zion, this gate bears the marks of Arab and Israeli battles in the 1948 War of Independence. This gate is also known by some as the […]


  • October 2011Hadrian's With Damascus Gate

    Hadrian’s With Damascus Gate

    The oldest preserved gate in the Old City wall, this arch below Damascus Gate survives intact from the time of the Roman emperor Hadrian in AD 135. Originally Hadrian's gate […]


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