Shortly after Priscilla and her husband Aquila arrived in Corinth as refugees they began setting up their new life and business and were visited by a Jew from Tarsus, a fellow tentmaker named Paul.
We don't know if Aquila and Priscilla were believers before they came to Corinth or if they came to faith through Paul's influence. It is clear, however, that their meeting with Paul was--at the least--wonderfully fortunate for the sake of Paul's employment and for the sake of the growth in faith and ministry that eventually came to Aquila and Priscilla because of their friendship and professional association.
This one session study on the figure of Priscilla in the Bible is part of a study pack called "Figures in the New Testament" which consists of six studies of important persons found in the Gospels. Each study is independent of the others and you do not need to study all of them to enjoy just one or several of the studies. While any order may be used, we suggest the following order: Peter; Mary and Martha; James, Brother of Jesus; Priscilla; Lazarus; and Mary, Mother of Jesus.