On the Passover, we commemorate Jesus Christ's death for our sins, but if He hadn't also risen from the grave, our efforts to live unleavened lives would be futile and we'd still be on a dead-end path. His resurrection is essential to our eternal salvation. As we put spiritual leavening out of our lives, it must be replaced by the bread of life, Jesus Christ.
Paul serves as Pastor for the United Church of God congregations in Spokane, Kennewick and Kettle Falls, Washington, and Lewiston, Idaho.
Paul grew up in the Church of God from a young age. He attended Ambassador College in Big Sandy, Texas from 1991-93. He and his wife, Darla, were married in 1994 and have two children, all residing in Spokane.