Paul the Apostle

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Characters

Saul

Before Paul started following Jesus, he was known as Saul of Tarsus. He was a young Jewish Pharisee who was passionate about God and his Jewish faith. Saul saw the revolutionary movement of Jesus as a dangerous threat to Judaism.

Paul

Soon after Saul miraculously met Jesus on the road to Damascus, he began using his Roman name which was Paul. Paul fearlessly took the Good News of Christ Jesus across the Roman Empire, starting new churches everywhere he went.

Barnabas

Barnabas was one of the first Christians in Jerusalem to approach Paul after he became a Christian. He was a close friend of Paul and traveled with him on many missionary trips to spread the Good News of Christ Jesus.

Luke

Luke was a doctor and writer who wrote the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts. He traveled with Paul on many missionary journeys and would visit Paul while he was imprisoned in Rome.

Gamaliel

Gamaliel was a leading authority in Jewish Sanhedrin. He was the mentor of young Saul. Gamaliel tried to persuade the Jewish leaders to show mercy to the early Christians, but failed to prevent the stoning of Stephen.

Timothy

Timothy met Paul during his second missionary journey and they became faithful friends. Paul mentored Timothy as he grew to become an important member of the early Church.

Stephen

Stephen is considered the first Christian martyr. After being charged with blasphemy by the Jewish Sanhedrin, Stephen was taken outside and stoned to death. He faced his death praying to God for the forgiveness of his killers.

Peter

Peter was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. He was a faithful follower of Jesus throughout HIS life and became one of the leaders of the Early Church after His death. Peter was one of the first Christian leaders to accept Paul.

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Peter

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