“The next station is Thessalonica”: Surely St. Paul would’ve been grateful if, back in his day, he could have traveled around the Mediterranean enjoying the benefits of relatively cheap, kind-of-comfortable, public, air conditioned transportation. We all know that was not the case, but the brilliant mind behind the blog theologygrams.wordpress.com came up with this piece of beauty: a London Underground-Style map of Paul’s missionary journeys, as described in the Acts of the Apostles, including Cenchreae, where Paul cut his hair before sailing back to Syria (cf. Acts 18:18), and Paul’s intention of traveling all the way to Spain from Rome, for those who mind their geography while reading the Bible.
Theologian C.C. Pecknold on whether the Gospels really need to go to the videotape
To start, it's a good idea to greet them and ask for their assistance during the day.