Paul arives alone in Athens, where he preaches the gospel to the Jews and Gentile believers. He encounters the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers who live there and debates with them…
Paul, Silas and Timothy continue their journey to Thessalonica, then on to Berea. When persecution arises in Berea, Paul leaves Silas and Timothy in Berea and travels on alone to…
The jailer and his household are saved and baptized. The magistrates order Paul and Silas released from prison. Paul invokes his Roman citizenship, causing great fear among the magistrates.
Somebody call the doctor! Luke joins Paul and Silas on their missionary journey as does Timothy. God delivers Paul and Silas from prison.
The Council at Jerusalem debates whether Gentile believers must follow Jewish law in order to be saved.
Paul and Barnabas complete their missionary journey. The people in Lystra mistake them for the gods Hermes and Zeus after Paul heals a man who was lame from birth.
Paul and Barnabas create quite a stir in Pisidian Antioch.
The Church sends out the first missionaries, Paul and Barnabas.
King Herod arrests James, the brother of John and has him executed. Herod then arrests Peter, intending to kill him too. But the Church prays earnestly and God miraculously delivers…
Peter returns to Jerusalem to answer for his actions. The Church spreads throughout the region eventually reaching Antioch, where the believers become known by a new name - Christians!