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Copy of Paul's Missionary Journey

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Paul's First Missionary Journey
46 C.E.
In Antioch: Paul, Barnabas, and John Mark are sent out to do missionary work by the Holy Spirit.
48 C.E.
In Salamis Paul Barnabas, and John preached the word of God in the Jewish synagogues .
In Paphos Paul and Barnabas were called by the Island's governor to preach to him. Bar-Jesus tried to stop them and Paul cursed him so that he could not see anymore.
In Asia at the city of Antioch Paul and Barnabas preached there. Many were brought to the Lord.
From Antioch Paul and Barnabas sailed to the island of Cyprus to the city of Salamis.
In Iconium Paul and
Barnabas preached in the
synagogues and many
were converted to Christianity. Many Greeks flocked to them but many also opposed them and threatened to stone the men.
At Lystra Paul and Barnabas healed a lame man and the people of Lystra started to treat them like gods. When they heard this they tore their clothes and told the people that they were just human.

Then Jews from Antioch and Iconium tried to stone Paul and when they thought he was dead, they brought him out and put him outside of the city. The disciples came and Paul got up and he and Barnabas left for Derbe the next day.
Paul and Barnabas then traveled to Derby.
They preached good news in the city and won a
large number of disciples.
After completing their last stop of their mission they retraced their steps through the cities finishing once again in Antioch.
49 C.E.
Paul wanted to go on another missionary journey. Barnabas wanted to bring John Mark but Paul refused because he deserted them in the first journey. Barnabas chose Mark and sailed to Cyprus and Paul took Silas and went to preach in Syria and Cilicia.
52 C.E.
Paul went through Derbe and traveled to Lystra. Timothy was circumcised and joined Paul here.
Paul, Timothy, and Silas then went to Iconium
Then they went to Troas. One night Paul had a vision
In Iconium Paul and
Barnabas preached in the
synagogues and many
were converted to Christianity. Many Greeks flocked to them but many also opposed them and threatened to stone the men.
At Lystra Paul and Barnabas healed a lame man and the people of Lystra started to treat them like gods. When they heard this they tore their clothes and told the people that they were just human.

Then Jews from Antioch and Iconium tried to stone Paul and when they thought he was dead, they brought him out and put him outside of the city. The disciples came and Paul got up and he and Barnabas left for Derbe the next day.
Paul and Barnabas then traveled to Derby.
They preached good news in the city and won a
large number of disciples.
After completing their last stop of their mission they retraced their steps through the cities finishing once again in Antioch.
Paul's Second Missionary Journey
By: Laura, Lauren, and Abby
46 C.E.
Paul left from Antioch to begin his 3rd Missionary Journey. He began his 3rd journey alone.
48 C.E.
In Salamis Paul Barnabas, and John preached the word of God in the Jewish synagogues .
In Paphos Paul and Barnabas were called by the Island's governor to preach to him. Bar-Jesus tried to stop them and Paul cursed him so that he could not see anymore.
In Asia at the city of Antioch Paul and Barnabas preached there. Many were brought to the Lord.
In Iconium Paul and
Barnabas preached in the
synagogues and many
were converted to Christianity. Many Greeks flocked to them but many also opposed them and threatened to stone the men.
At Lystra Paul and Barnabas healed a lame man and the people of Lystra started to treat them like gods. When they heard this they tore their clothes and told the people that they were just human.

Then Jews from Antioch and Iconium tried to stone Paul and when they thought he was dead, they brought him out and put him outside of the city. The disciples came and Paul got up and he and Barnabas left for Derbe the next day.
Paul and Barnabas then traveled to Derby.
They preached good news in the city and won a
large number of disciples.
After completing their last stop of their mission they retraced their steps through the cities finishing once again in Antioch.
Paul's Third Missionary Journey
By: Laura, Lauren, and Abby
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