Paul has spoken at youth events, adult events, and workshops. Topics range from ministry, leadership, trauma informed ministry, and more.
Middletown Church of the Nazarene,
Paul is a very effective and relate-able communicator. He has a wealth of ministry experience. Whether it’s preaching, teaching seminars, trauma informed ministry training, or leading worship, Paul is able to connect people with God.
Paul is a great speaker who connects with his audience. He is compassionate, thoughtful, and engaging. If you’re looking for someone to consider, I would highly recommend him.
Auburn Church of the Nazarene,
Paul loves students. He connects God’s word to the students’ lives in ways that challenge their way of thinking.
Paul was an incredible speaker for our camp. He has a true passion to reach the next generation of Christ followers. His approachability with the students and practical breakdown of the scriptures created an atmosphere that was conducive for true spiritual growth. Our teens were challenged to grow in God’s grace and Paul helped to communicate that need in a relevant, fun way.
Hey, I’m Paul. I have been in ministry for almost 20 years. A lot of that time has been working directly with youth. I’ve worked with churches of all sizes and in many different roles. Right now I work with youth at a residential treatment facility.
I was also a medic in the Air Force. My time in the military was trying at times, but those experiences have helped craft me into the man I am today.
In addition to those things, I love to write and play music. I’m a huge baseball fan. I am a husband, father, and friend.
Most importantly, I’m a follower of Jesus and I believe that He is in the business of radically transforming this world.
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