Over some 20,000 km in all, Tony Moore has retraced the missionary journeys of Paul. From beginning to end, he found hope.
In writing his letters to the new Christian churches of Asia and Europe, and to some of his friends, Paul wrote much of our Bible's New Testament. It is from his letters that Christianity built its beliefs, and established its faith and basis for living. Paul took numerous journeys, recorded in Acts, with different companions. It was Silas and a young protege, Timothy who traelled with him from Philippi, the Macedonioan capital, west to Thessalonica.