Author: Ron Graham

Book of Acts

Paul’s Journeys
—Missionary journeys and journey to Rome

Our study of the places in the book of Acts requires a supplemental summary of the journeys and periods of the apostle Paul.

Traditionally, Paul is said to have made three missionary journeys, plus a fourth journey to Rome. In the Acts Facts series, I have retained this traditional manner of dividing up Paul’s several journeys recorded in the book of Acts. This enables you to more easily relate our studies with other studies, references, and maps, which most likely adhere to the same scheme.

The four journeys of Paul are...

The first two journeys start and end in Syrian Antioch. The third journey starts in Antioch and ends in Jerusalem. Starting from Jerusalem, the fourth journey ends in Rome. See also Paul's trips to Jerusalem.

A After Paul’s Conversion

In Acts 9, Luke records the period between Paul’s conversion and his first missionary journey. In this period Paul was known as Saul. Paul himself speaks of this period in Acts 22 and 26, as well as Galatians 1:13-17. Putting information from all these sources together, we find the following activities between Paul’s conversion and first missionary journey.

B The 1st Missionary Journey

C Period in Syrian Antioch

D The 2nd Missionary Journey

E The 3rd Missionary Journey

F Period in Jerusalem and Caesarea

G Journey to Rome

bullet Outline of first journeywith links to outlines of the other journeys. These outlines are in the series “Paul That Amazing Man”

bullet Index to lessons in ActsA complete list of lessons including verse by verse studies of the whole book.

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