Hometown: North Vancouver, B.C.
Favorite part about the job: Connecting with students in one of the most important time of their lives. It’s quite a unique position in being able to be a part of exploring life’s biggest questions in a Christian context, and it gets me excited to come to work every day.
Favorite TWU tradition: Fort Week. More specifically: The Bucket Game.
CliftonStrengths Top 5: Woo, Positivity, Activator, Communication, Includer
Paul currently serves as the upper-classmen resident director. Originally from Ontario, Paul later moved to North Vancouver and graduated from Seycove Secondary in 2009. Paul then enrolled at Trinity Western University, where he was captivated by campus life and the vast opportunities he had at his disposal to grow professionally and personally. Graduating in 2017 with a bachelor of arts in biblical studies, Paul's educational experience at TWU has been a catalyst for his pursuit of God's work in local and global communities.
Paul loves God, his wife Keara, people, butter chicken from Wendel’s (with double naan), Blundstones, soda water, flat whites, going on walks, biking to work, the NBA, soccer, and generally having fun doing just about anything. He is deeply passionate about developing Christ-focused habits and liturgical practices in the lives of young adults.
Paul is an avid believer that the Christian walk is developed by building and sustaining healthy and godly rhythms that are grounded in discipleship to Christ.
Research & Scholarship
BA in Biblical Studies, Trinity Western University