Since his salvation by grace in his early 20s, Paul has been following God’s call to teach and lead in small group settings, large church congregations, online seminars, and speaking engagements. After working in corporate communications and public relations while completing his seminary degree, the Lord called him into full-time ministry. He currently serves as a Chaplain at America’s Keswick, an addiction recovery and conference center in New Jersey. He counsels residents and staff members, and oversees and coaches small group leaders and program graduates within the Colony of Mercy, the men’s addiction recovery ministry.
A graduate of Seton Hall University and the Liberty University Rawlings School of Divinity, Paul has served as committee leader, elder, pulpit supply, interim pastor, and mentor for Colony graduates. A widower, his four children and their spouses serve the Lord in various capacities, while chasing and shepherding his seven grandchildren.
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