Photo Companion to the Bible
This brand-new series is comprised of images organized by
biblical book, chapter, and verse. This PowerPoint-based collection includes extensive notes
and labeling of images to help any user understand what they are
looking at and why it is important.
How does it work? For each Bible chapter, we
have created a PowerPoint slideshow. Each slide has a verse quotation,
verse reference, photograph, photograph description, and an
What kinds of photographs are included?
Everything we could take ourselves or could get our hands on that would help to
We have complete coverage of every geographical location,
strengthened by historic images as well as our latest
photos, including hundreds of new aerial images of Galilee and
Jerusalem. We have numerous photos of museum artifacts, including images of coins related to New Testament people and events.
Quotations from the Pentateuch and Isaiah are illustrated with
photographs of an old Torah scroll and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
can I use this collection? Here are a few ways: You can
view sections to correspond with your own Bible reading, you can
display it on a screen for your Bible study group, and you can
pick and choose what you want to include with your sermon or
edit or change the collection? Yes!
Everything is completely edit-able in PowerPoint, so
you can choose what you want and tweak it as much as you like. You can change the captions, delete the labels, and
add your own markings. Our goal is that this collection will serve
you and your needs, so we have intentionally made it entirely
How many photos are in the collection?
Luke are longer Gospels and are illustrated by more than 3,000
John have more than 2,000 each. To look at it
another way, the average number of slides per chapter is 117 with
a high of 234 slides for Matthew 27.
Can I see a sample? You can download
Matthew 4 and
and see exactly what the Photo Companion looks
like. We've also
a short video that walks you through what
the Photo Companion is and how it works.
you be creating volumes for other books of the Bible? We
hope so. A positive reception for the Gospels will surely
propel us forward. Our next planned volume is the book of Acts,
and we're also eager to get to the Old Testament books.
What does it cost? Individual volumes are on
sale this week for $69. The
Gospels set (all four) is on sale for
$139. All volumes are available for immediate download. For an
additional $6, we will ship you a DVD. (International shipping
purchase a single chapter? We hope to make
individual chapters available for $9.99 in the future. If you
would like that option
now, email us.
How can I order? Here's a quick link to
purchase all four Gospels. To browse a list of individual volumes,