The Footsteps of Paul Blog

Joining the Dots on St Paul’s Footsteps

Posted By: Chris Posted In: Blog, Footsteps of Paul: The book of Acts Date Posted: September 27th, 2012 Comments: 2

Photo (Susanne D.) Chris at the Parthenon, Athens, Greece.

Issue #23 – “Exploring New Testament Greece”

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The Last Leg of Paul’s Footsteps

Posted By: Chris Posted In: Blog, Footsteps of Paul: The book of Acts Date Posted: April 27th, 2012 Comments: 0

Photo (Susanne D.) Sign post on the way to Knidos/Cnidos, South Western Turkey

Issue #13 – Paul’s fourth missionary journey – all expenses paid!

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Paul’s Captivity Ministry

Posted By: Chris Posted In: Blog, Footsteps of Paul: The book of Acts Date Posted: April 17th, 2012 Comments: 1

Photo (Chris D.) Interesting banner – Old City of Jerusalem

Issue #12 – The Power of Testimony

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Let us Strive to Keep the Unity of the Spirit

Posted By: Chris Posted In: Blog, Footsteps of Paul: The book of Acts Date Posted: February 15th, 2012 Comments: 3

Photo (Chris D.) Celebrating communion in a “deserted” Greek Orthodox Church, Kayakoy Village, Turkey. The symbol of Mercy in a testimony to intolerance.

Issue #11 – Mercy Triumphs over Judgement

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Power Encounters Extraordinaire

Posted By: Chris Posted In: Blog, Footsteps of Paul: The book of Acts Date Posted: January 25th, 2012 Comments: 3

Photo (Chris D.) The Ephesus library has been beautifully restored but there is much work yet to be done in the Spirit.

Issue #10 – Unfinished work in Ephesus

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Where Are You Off To Now Paul?

Posted By: Chris Posted In: Blog, Footsteps of Paul: The book of Acts Date Posted: January 16th, 2012 Comments: 2

Photo (Chris D.) Turkish gullet leaving Rhodes

Issue #9 – New Key To Evangelisation of Europe?

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Are Paul’s Methods Ours?

Posted By: Chris Posted In: Blog, Footsteps of Paul: The book of Acts Date Posted: January 2nd, 2012 Comments: 3

Photo (Chris D.) There are more fully supported pastors in Christchurch, a city of 350,000, than there are pastors and foreign “workers” among Turkey’s 78 million.

Issue #8 – The Western Church Has Missed The Bus

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Unity: Not Optional in the Kingdom of God

Posted By: Chris Posted In: Blog, Footsteps of Paul: The book of Acts Date Posted: December 20th, 2011 Comments: 0

Photo (Chris D): This beautiful picture representing the embracing of Jewish & Gentile Christians, can be found in the St Peter and St Paul Orthodox Church, Antakya, Turkey (formerly Syrian Antioch). Peter was the apostle to the Jews and Paul the apostle to the gentiles.

Issue #7 – Finding Unity at the After-Church Functions

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Paul’s First Missionary Journey

Posted By: Chris Posted In: Blog, Footsteps of Paul: The book of Acts Date Posted: December 15th, 2011 Comments: 2

Ancient city of Perga (Acts 14:25), located 20 minutes drive from modern day Antalya. This is the Roman gate to the city (Paul’s era), with the older, Hellenistic gate in the background

Issue #6 – No Alpha courses here!

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Paul The City Slicker

Posted By: Chris Posted In: Blog, Footsteps of Paul: The book of Acts Date Posted: December 6th, 2011 Comments: 2

The Seleucas Inscription, Antakya Archaeological Museum. Have you wondered why Paul was a Roman citizen? This inscription (letter), written by Caesar Augustus around 40AD, grants Roman citizenship to Seleucos and his family for their help to the empire during the civil wars. It is surmised that many families in that same area, including Paul’s, supplied aid, including tents, and so received a similar commendation and gift. (I am so grateful for emails!)

Issue #5 – Paul: The Early Years

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