Pathways to Faith and Devotion
Bible Land Passages is designed help others better understand and appreciate the Bible. We want everyone to know that when they read about places like Beersheba, Jericho, Jerusalem, Caesarea, and cities surrounding the Sea of Galilee, that those places exist just as the Bible describes. We are also dedicated to examining the lands of the Bible which can provide a window into the ancient past. Sifting through the archaeological data, traveling down the pathways of the Bible lands and traversing through the passages of its ancient cities, trade routes, and caves not only helps us understand and appreciate the challenges of life faced by our religious forbearers, but also teaches how God used the historical and geographic setting of the Bible lands to refine and develop their faith. Those same real places and same real settings – when examined in our modern era – can likewise become a passage for us in developing greater faith and devotion for God.
The Bible Lands Project is no small task! Thankfully, the Lord has blessed us with friendships and fellowship to include various people in this effort. Individuals from diverse backgrounds are involved with the Bible Lands Project. From archaeologist to videographer, writers, educators, and even an explosives expert contribute their time to this work. If you would like more information about our staff, click the button below.
Behind the Scenes
Awards and Reviews
“Bible Land Passages, Vol. 1” is very informative and educational. Today’s Jerusalem, the Dead Sea, and other biblically historical sites are featured in this inspiring film. The hosts cite biblical accounts as they show the locations of events in the Bible, such as Jesus’ miracles, the battles of the Israelites; the places where Jesus preached, such as the Sermon on the Mount; and other locations, such as Cana of Galilee and the Garden of Gethsemane. They explore various caves and modern trade routes, too.
Bible Land Passages received recognition as a Telly Award Winner in the Video-Religion category for its technical composition and production work.