Paul and Charlene Pastored a church that was a spin off of the Jesus Revival. Most of the things we did were considered unconventional. I don’t recall a lot of sermons about tithing. Our overhead was very low. We had church services on Saturday evenings and we rented space from another church. I always thought that was a brilliant idea. Paul was enthusiastic and full of joy whenever I saw him. I know it must have been a struggle being a pastor while raising a big family. He wasn’t perfect, but I know his heart was in his work and he was doing his best to do God’s will. I will always remember the camping trips and picnics we had as a church. I know Paul is in God’s hands. Rest in Him, good and faithful servant. Mary Lawrence
Nicole, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Your father was a very special man. My sincere condolences.
Always a worshiper, I think that’s what I’ll remember most. I’m so grateful for how the Lord used Paul over the years to help me find deliverance and healing in my life. He holds a special place in my heart. Our condolences, love, and prayers to the family.
Wow fam, the first image that came to mind was at your original house many years ago and him calling you guys - Noni! Tal! Tash! Colee! Thano!.... His heart was so big & he loved fierecly. Hang on to each other and allow each other to grieve without judgement as you will all be in different places. There are no words. I love you.
So many things have you spoken into my life dear friend and Pastor. I am sad but will see you again and have joy in the Kingdom of God. RIP for now Paul.
Pam and I are saddened by Paul's passing. But we have many fond memories of Paul leading worship and opening up the scriptures. We especially appreciate the way he supported the Voices of Joy and conducted our wedding. Our hearts go out to all his loved ones. Please accept our condolences and know that we are praying for you.