Recently I got to spend more time over one week in Jerusalem’s City of David than I’ve spent there in the past 30 years. Living a mere 15 minutes from Jerusalem, I try to be mindful of how incredible it is to have the privilege to be in the holy city often, even for things as mundane as business meetings, to see a movie or go shopping. However, there are special places within Jerusalem that are at the very foundation of the city, literally, and being able to spend time there is indescribably awesome. My visit was in two parts, under the auspices of The Jerusalem Watch, which hosts extensive and compelling daytime tours

(The Jerusalem Watch Tour), offering those who are passionate about Jerusalem a “tangible opportunity to connect by taking an active role in uncovering the glory and history of ancient Jerusalem; literally becoming part of the fulfillment of biblical prophecy.” The excitement of any visitor is magnified by that of AnaRina Heymann, director of The Jerusalem Watch. Her passion for being able to share and connect people to the City of David’s significance is matched by the abundance of information she transmits; connecting ancient Jerusalem to the Bible and making it come to life with incredible depth. READ MORE