Join Museum of the Bible on the upcoming Israel tour and experience an incredible journey through the lands of the Bible, including the Sea of Galilee, Caesarea by the Sea, and the city of Jerusalem. The tour will be guided by Chief Curatorial Officer Dr. Jeff Kloha, Joel Rosenberg, and Kirk Cameron and conducted in partnership with the award-winning Inspiration Cruises and Tours.
Harry Hargrave serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Museum of the Bible. He joined the museum in November 2019 and oversees the executive team and over 300 museum employees. Hargrave provides strategic leadership to the museum, directing all functions related to the museum’s mission to invite all people to engage with the transformative power of the Bible.
Harry has spent over 45 years in finance, marketing, and business operations. Prior to joining Museum of the Bible, he owned HMH Capital Group, where he served as trustee for thirteen family trusts and chairman of the board of The Royal Gorge & Park. He also served as the Owners Representative for the development of the Museum of the Bible. In that capacity, he found the site, obtained DC approvals and oversaw the planning and development process.
Harry is the chairman of the Miracle of Nazareth International Foundation and is chairman of the Christian Workers Foundation. He is a founding elder of Park Cities Presbyterian Church in Dallas. A native of Austin, Texas, he earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
He and his wife, Gayle, have been married for 50 years. They have two sons, one daughter, and seven grandchildren.
Dr. Jeff Kloha
Jeffrey Kloha joined Museum of the Bible in summer 2017. He manages the Museum of the Bible Education, Scholars Initiative, Exhibits, Curatorial, and Collections departments and is responsible for executing those departments’ strategic plans, along with managing other professionals.
Jeff previously served 18 years as professor of New Testament at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, and also served Concordia as provost/chief academic officer. During that time, he oversaw two accreditation processes, transitioned the institution from quarters to semesters, steered the development of new curricula and managed strategic planning for the institution. He earned the PhD from the University of Leeds.
His areas of teaching and research include the textual and canonical history of the early Christian writings, hermeneutics, and the Pauline Epistles. Jeff is co-editor of Texts and Traditions: Essays in Honour of J. K. Elliott (Brill, 2014) and The Press of the Text: Biblical Studies in Honor of James W. Voelz (Pickwick, 2017). He has published peer-reviewed essays in the areas of New Testament textual criticism and the use of New Testament texts in early Christianity. He is a frequent conference presenter, radio guest, and television documentary commentator.
Joel C. Rosenberg
Joel C. Rosenberg is an American-Israeli communications strategist, author, and nonprofit executive. He has written 16 novels and three nonfiction books about terrorism and Bible prophecy, including the Gold Medallion Book Award-winner The Ezekiel Option. He and his wife, Lynn, founded The Joshua Fund in 2006 with a mission to “bless Israel and her neighbors in the name of Jesus, according to Genesis 12:1–3”. They immigrated to Israel from the United States in 2014 with their four sons.
Kirk Cameron is known by millions as “Mike Seaver” from the 1980s hit sitcom, Growing Pains. Since then, he’s invested his time and energy in faith and family-focused films, television shows, and live events. These projects include Fireproof—the marriage-centered film that became the #1 inspirational movie of the year. Kirk has also produced the documentaries Monumental: In Search of America's National Treasure and Connect: Real Help for Parenting Kids in a Social Media World, as well as The Way of the Master television series and hundreds of live events focused on marriage, family, and parenting. Kirk's new talk show, Takeaways, airs weekly on Monday nights on TBN. Recently, he's been featured in the national media for his AMERICAN CAMPFIRE REVIVAL: 100 DAY PLAN (ACR). ACR urges the family of faith to return to the principles that will bring blessing and protection to America. Kirk's newest feature film with the Kendrick Brothers, called Lifemark, hit theaters in September 2022 and is about the value of life in the womb and the beauty of adoption. His newest documentary, The Homeschool Awakening, is in theaters on June 13 and 14. He and his wife, Chelsea, met on the set of Growing Pains and have been married for 31 years. They have six children and host an all-expenses-paid summer camp for terminally ill children and their families called Camp Firefly.