Caesarea in the Book of Acts

Last Sunday, while I was on a mission trip, Rev. Larisa Parker preached a text from Acts 10 about Peter and Cornelius. Cornelius and his cohort were among the first Gentile converts to the Christian faith in the Book of Acts. Their conversion took place at Caesarea. This Mediterranean city, built by Herod the Great, was also the site of Paul’s dramatic defense of his faith before Roman governors Felix and Festus, and Herod Agrippa II in Acts 24-25.

I prepared the following video from my trip to the Holy Land last year.

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