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Paul’s Prisoner Journey to Rome

Paul, while trying to help the poor in Jerusalem, was rejected by the Jews and arrested for creating a riot.  He was held in a prison in Caesarea for 3 years, begins a long voyage to Rome to stand before Caesar and give his defense in the court of the Emperor. He is held there for about three years before he is acquitted of his crime. You will see the actual sites and artist renderings of what it looked like in the 1st century. 

Paul’s Third Evangelistic Journey

Paul’s third evangelistic journey begins again in Syrian Antioch. He had left Pricilla and Aquila in Ephesus with a small group of believers, promising to return. He quickly walks nearly a thousand miles across modern-day Turkey to Ephesus to spend 3  years before crossing into Macedonia, Illyricum and Greece before returning to Syria and Jerusalem. It is an amazing journey to establish new churches where none existed. One can not help but catch the passion of Paul to share Jesus Christ with the world.

This is a visual and geographic presentation of the Apostle Paul’s Third Journey from modern-day Syria to Bosnia in an amazing and arduous task of spreading the gospel throughout the Roman empire in the 1st century. See the sites as they are now and renderings of how they looked then.

Paul’s Second Evangelistic Journey

Paul’s second evangelistic journey begins in Antioch goes all the way to Corinth, then back to Jerusalem and finally returning to Antioch. This video journey takes you through all geography of this long journey on foot.  Nothing more vividly illustrates the commitment and passion for reaching the world for Christ than tracing through the steps of the Apostle Paul.  May this help you to visualize His zeal for Christ. 

Paul’s First Evangelistic Journey

This is the second of a six-part series of videos covering the travels of Paul as they are seen today. Paul and Barnabas traveled through the provinces of Pamphylia and Galatia in modern-day central Turkey on this first evangelistic journey of Paul.  You’ll get a feel for the distance and roughed territory they were willing to walk through in order to plant churches in unreached areas. 

You are free to use this video anyway you find helpful to your ministry.

Paul/Saul’s Conversion Journey

This is the first of a six-part series of videos covering the travels of Paul as they are seen today.  You will be walked along the roads and trails as the Roman Road system indicates Paul likely would have walked.  This will help you visualize the history of Acts and gain a deeper appreciation for what Paul went through to spread the gospel message throughout the Roman empire. This trip takes us to Damascus back to Jerusalem then to Tarsus.