When Eloquent Jewish Christian from Alexandria who worked with Paul., an enthusiastic believer from Alexandria, comes to Ephesus, he receives instruction from Priscilla and her husband, A co-worker with Paul and the husband of Priscilla..
Although Apollos is eloquent, enthusiastic, and “well-versed in the Scriptures,” his teachings show him to be in need of further instruction. Priscilla and Aquila teach him so that he might speak “more accurately.” This passage shows Priscilla as a leader. The mention of her name before the name of her husband (also in Acts 18:18; Romans 16:3; 2 The companion on Paul's later journeys for whom two pastoral epistles are named 4:19) is a way of honoring her. She and Aquila worked with A Christian missionary who once persecuted the church and carried on without him when he moved on in his journey.