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The Life of Peter

Caesarea

Beginning at Caesarea, Peter
traveled through Judea and
Samaria, proclaiming Christ and
witnessing to the Gentiles.

Acts 10:24-11:18

Caesarea
Rothschild/Ha'Adi Quarter A, Caesarea, Israel

Beginning at Caesarea, Peter
traveled through Judea and
Samaria, proclaiming Christ and
witnessing to the Gentiles.

Acts 10:24-11:18

Direction

Jerusalem

Peter denied Jesus three times.
Matt 26:69-75
After his resurrection, Jesus
appeared to Peter and the other
deciples in the upper room.
Luke 24:33-43

Jerusalem
Jerusalem, Israel

Peter denied Jesus three times.
Matt 26:69-75
After his resurrection, Jesus
appeared to Peter and the other
deciples in the upper room.
Luke 24:33-43

Direction

Mt. Hermon

Peter, James, and John witnessed
the transfiguration of Jesus on a
mountain, perhaps Mount Hermon.
Matt 17:1-9

Mt. Hermon
Mt Hermon

Peter, James, and John witnessed
the transfiguration of Jesus on a
mountain, perhaps Mount Hermon.
Matt 17:1-9

Direction

Joppa

A bold witness in the early church
at Jerusalem
Acts 2:14-41
Peter broadened his witness
to include the Gentiles following
a vision on the rooftop of
Simon the tanner.
Acts 10:9-23

Joppa
Jaffa, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

A bold witness in the early church
at Jerusalem
Acts 2:14-41
Peter broadened his witness
to include the Gentiles following
a vision on the rooftop of
Simon the tanner.
Acts 10:9-23

Direction

Caesarea Philippi

Peter acknowledged Jesus as Lord.
Matt 16:13-16

Caesarea Philippi
Dan, Israel

Peter acknowledged Jesus as Lord.
Matt 16:13-16

Direction

Bathsaida

Born at Bathsaida, Peter was called
from his fishing nets on the Sea of Galilee
to become Jesus’ deciple.
John 1:44
Luke 5:1-11

Bathsaida
Bethsaida Junction

Born at Bathsaida, Peter was called
from his fishing nets on the Sea of Galilee
to become Jesus’ deciple.
John 1:44
Luke 5:1-11

Direction

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