Different buildings on America’s landscape become iconic. Others become convening spaces. And some surface on bucket lists. All three traits are manifest in the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC. From its signature entrance and striking skyline silhouette to its gathering rooms overlooking the Capitol’s rotunda, thousands of artifacts, and high-tech experiences, it’s become an international destination. Millions have toured it—including hundreds of leaders and influencers from various countries and professions—and millions more are coming. This high-image book captures the overview of this amazing story, from its genesis in 2010 to its opening in 2017 and its first five years in Washington, DC. It affords a pleasant look into the museum’s mission, “. . . to invite all people to engage with the transformative power of the Bible,” by authors who have had a front-row seat in this journey.