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Missionary Map Project | Paul’s Journey to Rome

Paul began his 2,000-mile trip to Rome at Caesarea. To avoid the open seas, the ship followed the coastline. At Myra, Paul was put on a vessel bound for Italy. His travel to Rome is considered his fourth evangelistic journey.  Because of the wind, however, the ship is unable to sail directly to Italy. Instead,

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Missionary Map Project | Paul's First Missionary Journey

Paul’s first missionary journey took him from Cyprus into the heart of Attalia. Saul and Joseph (called Barnabas) accompanied by Barnabas' cousin John Mark, set out from Antioch for Cyprus, visiting Salamis and Paphos. They then crossed to the mainland (modern Turkey), landing at the Mediterranean port of Attalia.

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