The trip so far . . . Part One


The Valley of Jezreel looking down from Mt. Carmel

Ceasarea:  A 4th century city founded by the Phoenicians. King Herod spent 12 years making the city into a premier port and his coastal palace. This is the city where Paul was imprisoned & interrogated by the Roman Procurate Felix.

Mt. Carmel:  Elijah challenges the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18)

Tiberius:  On the western shore of the Sea of Galilee, 682 feet below sea level.

Ceasarea Philippi:  Peter proclaims “You are the Christ, the Son of the Living God.” (Matthew 16)

Tel Dan:  Home of the tribe of Dan. Jeroboam builds an altar for the golden calf and practices idolatry. (1 Kings 12)

Sea of Galilee:  The centerpiece of so much of the ministry of Jesus. He walks on the water here (Matthew 14) among so many events.

The Sea of Galilee: Who is like Him that can calm the raging sea?

Mt of Beatitudes:  The traditional site where the beatitudes were taught and where the masses were fed. (Matthew 15)

Tabgha:  An ancient fishing port where the disciples most likely worked from. (John 21)