PennDel Minister Care Lead
Paul’s primary expertise is Pastoral Counseling and Training as a U.S. Army Chaplain. In 2022 he created a Spiritual Readiness and Resiliency (R2) tool called, “Pathfinder: Finding Your Best Path on Your Worst Day.” It was trained to over a thousand Chaplains, Leaders, and Soldiers at U.S. Army installations around the world. It is a recognized “Best Practice” Spiritual Resiliency model for the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps.
Paul spent 8 years working as an Airborne and Special Operations Chaplain. He received a Bronze Star with the 82nd Airborne Division for a year-long combat deployment to Iraq. He also deployed with Special Operations Forces on combat deployments to Afghanistan. He deployed on a Peace Keeping mission to Kosovo. His final deployment was to Eastern Europe as a Division Chaplain in operation Atlantic Resolve in 2017 as part of a NATO deterrent force against Russian aggression. He finished his Army career serving as a Family Life Chaplain at Fort Huachuca, AZ. There, as the subject matter expert (SME) in pastoral counseling, he trained Battalion Chaplains in the art and science of pastoral counseling. He conducted marriage and family counseling, trauma counseling for Soldiers and Families, and pastored at the Main Post Chapel. He led dozens of Single Soldier and Couple Retreats throughout his career.
Paul is married to the Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Lynn for 30 years, and they have 5 children. He enjoys training and running marathons and ultra-marathons. He’s a two-time Boston Marathon qualifier. He’s run ultra-marathons in Alaska, Texas, and New Mexico. In November 2022 he ran a double-crossing (Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim) of the Grand Canyon, nearly 48 miles in 18 hours.
Founder Mantour Ministries, AGUS Missionary Assoc.
Jamie, the Founder and Director of Mantour Ministries, is a graduate of the University of Valley Forge. He is also an ordained minister with the Penndel District of the Assemblies of God and an AG Associate Missionary with AG Missionary Church Developers, focusing on strengthening men and men's ministry.
Jamie’s passion is to help men overcome the pain of their past and reach their full potential as God’s men. “Years ago, while I was attending the University of Valley Forge, God gave me a deep desire inside to minister to men. My calling is to help men learn what it means to be a godly man and how to develop a deep, personal relationship with their Heavenly Father. We strive to challenge and encourage men to reach their full potential in God’s Kingdom.”
Along with planning Mantour Conferences, Jamie enjoys writing and speaking to men. He's had articles featured in Prodigal Magazine, New Man Magazine, and on the Assemblies of God Men’s Ministry Website. He's published four books, "Putting On Manhood", "Legacy: Living A Life That Last", "Get In The Game", "Invincible: Scaling The Mountains That Keep Us From Victory", and Whatever I Takes" and he is currently working on publishing his 5th book, "Burning Daylight".
Light for the Lost
Duane Goodling is a licensed minister with the Assemblies of God and was born and raised in Southcentral Pennsylvania. His background is in business management and he has a degree in Business Administration. He is currently studying for a B.A. in Bible and Theology through Global University and he has taken many classes through the PennDel School of Ministry.
Duane has had a heart for missions for many years which, in 2016, the Lord used to lead him to join Think Missions, a non-denominational mission's agency, as their Mission Director. He has spoken in many churches throughout Pennsylvania, Virginia, and as a member on missions’ teams in all of the America's as well as South Asia. Duane is also the Light for the Lost Coordinator for the Assemblies of God- PennDel Ministry Network.
Duane and his wife Beth have been married since 1995 and together they have two sons; Chase and Nick.