About a third of the Gospel record concentrates on the few days prior to and after Jesus' crucifixion. The disciples did not know when they set out to follow the Lord to Jerusalem, what life-changing, world-changing events awaited them: public accolades, temple confrontation, their final lessons, private fellowship, betrayal, condemnation, and ultimate victory. In Footsteps to the Resurrection, you can become a participant or observer-a disciple, soldier, temple merchant, Jesus' mother, the wife of Pilate, the advocate of Barabbas. Each poem is accompanied by the Scripture reading that inspired it and an evocative photograph. Christians can use these pages as personal devotions. Churches can incorporate them into services for the Lenten and Easter season.