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Priscilla and Aquila, a first century Jewish Christian married couple lived in Ephesus and were partners in Paul's ministry and fellow tentmakers. They are responsible for edifying the faith of the preacher Apollos. They are mentioned seven times in the New Testament, and in five of those mentions, the wife, Priscilla, is mentioned first. This is an unusual circumstance in the early church.
  • Aquila and Priscilla in 1 Corinthians 16:19

    A study of the references to the couple and commentary on the fact that despite the fact that the first century society was an almost exclusively male-dominant culture, Priscilla was most often mentioned before her husband, as well as the reasons for that fact.

  • Aquila and Priscilla, Companions of the Apostle Paul

    Presents a brief study of the couple and their relationship to Paul and to God, and also contains a traditional and a contemporary prayer.

  • General Audience: Priscilla and Aquila

    Pope Benedict XVI's February 2007 sermon in St. Peter's Square about Priscilla and Aquila and their ministry, as well as their model of conjugal life committed to the service of the Christian community as a whole.

  • Priscilla and Aquila : A Sermon

    Provides an Anabaptist view of the married couple and the example they set as to how we can all serve God as married couples.

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