Where “Indiana Jones” Gets Archaeology Wrong

When you imagine an archaeological site, do you see white tents, pith helmets, and sand dunes? Is the dig director a middle-aged man with a thick British accent, bossing around his local workers and charging into newly opened tombs with abandon? That image isn’t too far from the truth of the late-19th- and early-20th-century excavations […]

Exploring Mary’s Magdala

Once excavation and restoration are complete, Magdala will be a dazzling example of maritime society in the ancient world.

Knights of Acre

During the Crusades, both the Templars and Hospitallers were warriors, but their spiritual fathers and daily activities put them in fierce opposition with each other.

Summer in Shimron

We are digging in dirt that last saw daylight long before David or Saul were kings in Israel.

Happy-Crazy-Busy

I have adopted a new motto for myself: Happy-Crazy-Busy. If I’m not working, then I’m thinking about working. It’s crazy, but I am so happy knowing I’m exactly where God wants me to be at this moment.

My Mission this Mother’s Day

While I will always remain tender and attentive to the causes of infertility and female cancers, the publications of books such as Mothers in Waiting and the incredible ministries that accompany many of them reveal how God is using other authors and speakers to show His love to people struggling to grow their families.

Exciting Announcement

Just when I decided to close my book on a publishing career, God decided to open volume 2.