Paul and Barnabas continued on from Perga and reached Antioch in Pisidia.
But what gets lost in that brief sentence is what that journey entailed. Assuming they travelled by land, it would include:
- More than 100 miles of walking. At a pace of less than 20 miles per day.
- Rugged terrain - with steep roads (over 12,000 feet at its highpoint), deadly flash floods and rapidly changing weather.
- Robbers, robbers, and more robbers. Even the Roman soldiers did not travel on this route without a garrison. In fact, depending on what exact route they took, its quite possible they traversed the most dangerous road in the Roman Empire.
Oh and this was most likely after the little episode where Paul was lashed 39 times, shipwrecked, and fell deathly ill.
It is remarkable what Paul, Barnabas, and other disciples did so that we could learn the faith, isn't it?