Israel

MVNU Bible Trips
Flag of the State of Israel. MVNU group having devotions on the Mount of Beatitudes (2009). Synagogue, where Jesus is traditionally thought to have preached, in Capernaum. Shrines to pagan gods in Caesarea Philippi. Entering the city of Cana (modern Kafr Kanna) in the Galilee. Mona Lisa of the Galilee in Sepphoris.
Nazareth Nazareth Village reenactment. MVNU alum Dustin Wine reading Isaiah at the Nazareth Village synagogue. Caesarea Maritima's harbor built by Herod the Great. Caesarea Maritima Caesarea Maritima mosaics.
Caesarea Maritima aqueduct. MVNU group at the Caesarea Maritima aqueduct. The Mediterranean Sea from Caesarea Maritima. Jerusalem MVNU Group in Jerusalem. Jerusalem seen from the Church of Dominus Flevit where Jesus is traditionally said to have wept.
Russian Orthodox Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Jerusalem. Sign for the Mount of Olives, Jerusalem. Ancient olive trees, Mount of Olives, Jerusalem. Golden Gate, Jerusalem. Street sign in Bethlehem. Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem.
Spot in the Church of the Nativity traditionally thought of where Jesus was born, Bethlehem. Masada Accessing the Masada plateau via cable car. Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem. Orthodox priest leaving the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem. Western Wall with the Dome of the Rock on the left, Jerusalem.
Some of the men in the MVNU group praying at the Western Wall, Jerusalem. Young rabbinic students at the Western Wall, Jerusalem. Goofing off on the bus. D Sign for the Garden Tomb, Jerusalem. Drs. Rick Williamson and Jeanne Serrao celebrating communion with MVNU group at the Garden Tomb, Jerusalem. Christina (Bush) Bohn leading  communion at the Garden Tomb, Jerusalem.
Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem. Prayers inserted into column crevice Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem. Mount of Olives with the Church of All Nations (left) and the Russian Orthodox Church of Maria Magdalene on the right. Tombs of the Prophets, Jerusalem. Damascus Gate, Jerusalem. Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation, Nazareth.
Ceiling detail at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation, Nazareth. Qumran caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found.