Important Events in
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Antioch (Syria)
Paul and Barnabas help teach newly converted believers; Place where disciples are first called Christians; Paul begins his very first missionary journey from Antioch

 

Malta
Paul is shipwrecked in the Mediterranean but makes it to the Island and survives a snake bite

Arabia
Paul is taught personally by Jesus Christ for three years

 

Miletus
Paul gives tearful message and warning to Ephesian elders

Athens
Apostle Paul is brought by the people to Mars Hill (Areopagus) to explain the gospel

 

Paphas (on Cyprus)
False prophet is blinded by Paul, governor of island believes the gospel

Caesarea
Cornelius is the first Gentile to become a Christian; Agabus predicts apostle Paul's arrest; Paul has trial before Roman Governors Felix and Festus, and King Agrippa

 

Patmos
John, while imprisoned on the island by the Romans, writes the book of Revelation

Damascus
Paul is converted and healed of his blindness

 

Perga
Mark abruptly leaves Paul and Barnabas during first missionary journey

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Ephesus
A Silversmith in the city organizes a meeting of fellow tradesmen concerning Paul's message negatively affecting their businesses; Ephesus is one of Revelation's seven churches

 

Philippi
During first missionary journey, after Paul casts out demon from female slave her owners have him beaten and imprisoned

Gaza
Philip preaches the gospel to, and baptizes, an Ethiopian eunuch

 

Rome
Paul is under house arrest awaiting his trial before Caesar

Jerusalem
The early church begins on the day of Pentecost in 30 A.D. A riot occurs in Jerusalem's temple and Paul is arrested

 

Salamis (on Cyprus)
Paul, Barnabas and Mark sail to city on first evangelistic mission and preach the gospel

Joppa
Peter raises Dorcas from the dead, has vision of a great sheet filled with unclean animals

 

Samaria
Miracles and conversions through Philip; Paul stays at Philip the Evangelist's house on his way to Jerusalem

Lydda
Peter heals a man who has been paralyzed for eight years

 

Troas
Paul sees vision of a man from Macedonia begging for help; On third missionary journey he resurrects man who had fallen from a window

Lystra
Paul heals a crippled man but is soon stoned to death, dragged out of the city, and miraculously brought back to life

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