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- Biblical Archaeology. This series of photographs describes what a "tell" is and how to distinguish one from a natural formation.
- Exploration in Antiquities Center in LaGrange, Georgia. This is a living museum of life in Bible times (2009).
- Lilies of the Field. The "lilies of the field" in the New Testament were probably the poppies that are so abundant in Galilee and the rest of the Middle East (2007).
- Millstones in Bible Times from the cities of Istanbul, Van and Haran in Turkey (2007).
- Potter's House in Avanos, Turkey. See a potter working with his clay fashioning a vessel on the "potter's wheel," just like in the days of Jeremiah (2007).
- Roman Gladiators and Chariot Races, from the Roman Army Reenactment in Jerash, Jordan (2008).
- Roman Army Reenactment from Jerash, Jordan, including Roman soldiers in full battle dress, with swords, spears, shields, breastplate, helmets (2008).
- Sheep, Goats, and Shepherds from the Mountains of Ararat in Turkey. Photos of sheep "beside the still waters," sheep being led out to pasture, young shepherd boys, donkeys, rams and sheepfolds (2007).
- Trees of the Bible. Including: acacia, almond, carob, cedar, fig, myrtle, oak, pomegranate, sycamore and terebinth trees (2007, 2008).