Paul coverts to Christianity from Judaism on the road to Damascus
Paul Arrives in Antioch with Barnabus and refuses to share a meal with Gentile Christians
Paul and Silas were put in jail. After a miraculous earthquake, the prison fell apart and Paul and Silas could have escaped but stayed, this event led to the conversion of the jailor . They continued travelling , going to Berea and then to Athens, where Paul preached to the Jews and God-fearing Greeks in the synagogue and to the Greek Paul continued from Athens to
Paul arrives in Corinth, to preach the word of God with his companion, disguising as a tent- maker secretly preaching the word of god to the people of Corinth.
Paul began his third missionary journey by travelling all around the region of Galatia and Phrygia to, teach and rebuke the believers. Paul then travelled to Ephesus, an important centre of early Christianity, and stayed there for almost three years, probably working there as a tent-maker, as he had done when he stayed in Corinth.
Paul arrives to Jerusalem where he is arrested, and then is taken to Rome where he spends two years on house arrest, eventually passing away at around the age of 60-70