Biography of Paul Halley
 

Born July 6, 1951 in Ohio and grew up in New Martinsville, WV.

 

EDUCATION

BA History – West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
M.Div candidate – Methodist Theological School of Ohio.  Delaware, Ohio

M.Div candidate – Westminster Theological School.  Philadelphia, PA

Education support – Rowen University.   Glassboro, NJ

Masters and PhD in Information Technology – Ashbourne University.  London, UK

 

AWARDS

            Helvetia Men’s Honorary Fraternity   WVU

            Order of the Grail Men’s Honorary Fraternity WVU

            History Honors Program

            Who's Who in Business

 

 

ACTIVITIES
Have served as:

 Church assistant pastor, youth director, choir director, Sunday school teacher

Founded, organized and directed Jolly 60s Senior Citizens program

Coached high school soccer, basketball, and softball

Rotary President – Bridgeton Breakfast Rotary Club 
Counselor for French Creek Bible Camp 1986-89

Dean for French Creek Bible Camp Grades 4 and 5   1990-93

 

PRESENT ACTIVITIES

Rotary Club Director – Bridgeton (Lunch) Rotary Club
AMAC (Association for Mature American Citizens) – South Jersey representative
CEF (Child Evangelism Fellowship) of Salem County – Board chairman
former Pitman Hobo Band member
Good News Club coordinator

          


MY PERSONAL TESTIMONY

 

 

            As a boy, my parents brought me to Sunday school and church every Sunday at our neighborhood Methodist Church.  I learned the Bible stories and even a few Bible verses by heart.  I never heard about being saved.  And any mention of the “blood of Jesus” was considered to be “slaughter house religion”–  in other words, “crude and unsophisticated.”

            When I was a senior in high school, I began to seek the Lord’s will for my life.  As I read through the scriptures, I realized that I needed to give every area of my life over to the Lord.  When I did, He came in and began to direct in my life.  Pastors that I knew suggested that I major in history, which I did at West Virginia University.  While at WVU, I was active in the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and was literature chairman for several years.  It was in this group that I met my future wife, Dee. 

            I enjoy serving the Lord and am always looking for ways to enhance my service to Him.  I would especially like to find a career that is directly involved in calling America back to the Lord.

            I believe that the Bible is the infallible Word of God. 

 

 

Sincerely,

 

 

Paul Halley

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