In the Footsteps of Egeria to Sinai and the Holy Land: A Fourth Century Travel Journal, A Twenty-First Century Pictorial Odyssey
Planned Release Early 2018.
The approach to Sinai...
“...were pointed out according to the Scriptures. In the meanwhile on foot to a certain place where the mountains, through which we were journeying, opened out and formed an infinitely great valley, quite flat and extraordinarily beautiful, and across the valley appeared Sinai, the holy mountain of God.”
An unprecedented first-hand account of a pilgrim who journeyed to both Sinai and the Holy Land from A.D. 382-385. While following the steps of Moses through the story of Exodus, she gives witness to the monastic life of the desert fathers who were flourishing in Sinai at that time. Her journey also leads her to the Holy Land where she follows the path of Genesis and ends in Jerusalem where she vividly describes the worship services of Holy Week and Pascha.
Her incredible narrative combined with stunning color photography, Scripture and complimentary early patristic passages, along with additional historical information brings the reader along on her unforgettable pilgrimage.
A portion of profits will go to the monasteries in Sinai.