1 A person in Corinth baptized by Paul (1Cor 1:14); he likely was partial to Paul’s position in the church disputes in Corinth. He may be the same Gaius identified as “host to me and to the whole church” in (Rom 16:23). 2 A traveling companion, with Aristarchus, of Paul mentioned in (Acts 19:29). Coming from Macedonia, they were caught up in a riot provoked by Paul’s missionary work in Ephesus. This may be the same Gaius mentioned as a traveling companion of Paul in (Acts 20:4), although this Gaius is identified as being from Derbe (in Asia Minor). 3 A recipient of (John 3:1). His leadership is favored over that of a certain Diotrephes (John 3:9-10).