Biblical Cities – From the Air

Biblical Cities – From the Air

We all know what the graves of people look like, but there are other kinds of graves as well. The graves of cities lie scattered in mounds across the lands of the Bible. These ancient mounds are called tels, meaning “heaps of ruins” in Hebrew, cities built upon the ruins of another, stacked up higher […] Read More...

Temple Mount Flyover

Temple Mount Flyover

Lately my son, Barry, and I have been experimenting with shooting aerial video from a remote control helicopter.  The Old City of Jerusalem is a no fly zone.  However, we received special permission to video the Jerusalem excavation where I am a staff member. This morning we had one take at flying over the Old […] Read More...

The Potter

The Potter

The months since our return to Israel have been very full. I’ve been blessed to show around several wonderful church groups that have visited. I’ve completed more classes for my Masters in Archaeology. I’ve scouted various new biblical sites. I’ve had adventures that come with living in a foreign country. In it all, I’m afraid […] Read More...

We’re Still Here! (but “here” isn’t Israel)

Hi all!  We’ve sort of disappeared from the blogosphere for the last few months…but we’re still here!  “Here” just happens to be across the ocean in the United States instead of in Jerusalem (we’ll be headed back to Israel soon, though).   Let me give you a quick rundown on what we’ve been up to. Our […] Read More...

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