Gritty and graceful, Paul was a changed man whom God used to change the world. At great personal cost, Paul, also Saul of Tarsus, boldly testified to the resurrection of Jesus Christ wherever he traveled, carrying the gospel message to the ends of the earth until Nero, the Roman emperor, martyred him in Rome. Focusing on Acts 13-28, Dr. Ron Jones invites us to travel with the Apostle Paul on his missionary journeys, leaving us surprised by God’s grace.

The Changed Man Who Changed the World

ACTS 9:1-9

Set Apart and Sent Out: Paul's First Missionary Journey

ACTS 13-14

The Essential Gospel

ACTS 15:1-35

Open and Closed Doors: Paul's Second Missionary Journey

ACTS 15:36-16:40

The Right Response to God's Word


Light in a Dark World

ACTS 18:1-23

Supernatural Power and Protests: Paul's Third Missionary Journey

ACTS 18:24-19:41

Grace and the Race to the Finish Line


The High Cost of Following Jesus

ACTS 21-22

A Cheerful Defense of the Gospel


Navigating the Perfect Storm

ACTS 27-28

“Every detail in our lives of love for God is worked into something good.”

Romans 8:28 MSG