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Acts 18, the story of Priscilla and Aquilla is a wonderful story for teaching about the importance of Debating and Learning the Word, and then INSTRUCTING OTHERS correctly.
Paul converted and instructed Priscilla and Aquilla, who later instructed Apollos. Apollos believed in Jesus, but didn't know much about him. After his instruction, Apollos went on to become a reknown evangelist in the early church.
Summary of Priscilla and Aquilla, Acts 18:
When Paul was in Corinth he met Aquila and Priscilla, two Jewish tentmakers from Italy. Paul too was a tentmaker. He converted them.
They joined Paul on his journey to Ephesus, where Paul once again preached the Gospel in the local synagogue.
Paul later left Ephesus and Priscilla and Aquilla stayed behind. There they met a traveling preacher names APOLLOS who was INCOMPLETELY preaching about Jesus. Priscilla and Aquilla invited Apollos to their home and instructed him in all they knew about Jesus. Apollos later moved on to Achaia where he was "a great help" to the believers there, arguing in public debates and using scriptures to prove Jesus was the Messiah.