The Life of the Apostle Paul pamphlet consists of hundreds of fascinating facts revealed through:
Colorful maps of his journeys,
A time line of recorded life events
Paul’s letters and their messages
And much more.
Beginning with his birth in the year AD 5 (approximately) and continuing through his death in AD 64 or 68, this bestselling pamphlet is an excellent study on its own or a helpful supplement to any study of Paul’s epistles. The pamphlet is attractive with a glossy finish.
Size: 8.5”x 5.5” unfolds to 33” long. Fits inside most Bible covers.
What happened from the time Paul was a Pharisee persecuting Christians to the time he was beheaded for his faith? The answers to these questions and many others are found in The Life of the Apostle Paul, a comprehensive yet easy-to-use glossy 12-panel pamphlet. Pastors and teachers will find it easy to present:
Background on Paul’s (Saul’s) education and Damascus Road conversion
Maps of Paul’s well-documented missionary journeys
His writings to key churches and individuals
The pamphlet also reveals the many hardships Paul suffered on behalf of the Gospels, for example, having been:
Under arrest for two years without a trial
Bitten by a snake
Pastors and missions leaders may want to purchase a copy of this pamphlet for each church member.
Key Features of the Life of Paul Pamphlet
The Life of the Apostle Paul pamphlet is a wonderful way for teachers to present the remarkable life of Paul. The pamphlet includes:
A timeline of key life and ministry events
Maps of his three missionary journeys that covered approximately seven years, collectively, as well as—
The names of those who traveled with him, such as Barnabas, John Mark, Luke, Timothy, Priscilla and Aquila, among others
The main routes and approximate miles traveled on each venture
A chart of Paul’s writings including:
The name of each letter and a key verse of each letter
To whom the letters were written Where they were written When they were written And the theme of each letter:
Scriptures on the “thorn” in Paul’s flesh
Paul’s key teachings include topics on sin; justification; church leadership; marriage and singleness; and prayer, to name a few.