10 – Born at Tarsus. At first he persecuted Christians, even taking part in the stoning of St. Stephen, the first Christian martyr.
32 – Converted to Christianity on the road to Damascus when Jesus appeared to him with a bright light, speaking to him.
– Was blinded and went to Ananias in Damascus, who through the power of the Holy Spirit, healed him.
32-47 – Went to Arabia alone, and then returned to Tarsus before going to Antioch, Jerusalem, and then Antioch again.
47 – Together with Barnabas and John Mark, they started their missionary Journey from Syrian Antioch.
47-48 – On Cyprus, Saul (Paul) caused Elymas the Magician to be blinded.
– The trio travel to Perga at which point John Mark left them.
– They traveled through Galatia to Iconium, Lystra, and Derbe before returning this same route back to Antioch.
48 – Wrote the letter to the Galatians.
49 – Went with Barnabas to Jerusalem for the Jerusalem Council.
49-53 – Went on another missionary journey, this time with Silas and Timothy who joined at Lystra.
– Had a vision of a man from Macedonia calling for him to come there, so at Troas they picked up Luke and sailed to Macedonia.
– There, Paul and Silas were thrown into jail in Philippi, but the jailer was saved and Paul and Silas were released.
– Next they went to Thessalonica, Berea, Athens, and Corinth. While in Greece, Paul wrote I and II Thessalonians.
– Returned to Antioch in 53.
53-58 – Went on a third missionary journey where he spends a considerable amount of time in Ephesus.
– Went throughout Macedonia and Greece, and doubled back that same route on his return.
– It is during this journey that he wrote the epistle to the Romans and I and II Corinthians.
– On his return, he met with the Ephesian elders in Miletus so as not to slow him down so he could reach Jerusalem by Pentecost.
58 – Arrested in Jerusalem.
58-62 – Taken before several rulers before he appeals to Caesar.
– On the way to Rome, the ship they were on crashed off of Malta. There they found a new ship after three months and Paul arrived in Rome where he was kept under house arrest.
– Wrote Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon during this time.
62 – Released from jail.
62-66 – He traveled to some locations and wrote the letters I Timothy and Titus.
66 – Arrested probably at Troas. In his cell in Rome he wrote II Timothy.
67 – Condemned and executed, he was beheaded just outside of city wall, near to Ostian Gate at Salvian Springs.