Dr. Paul McGuinness has been helping people see and engage in what God is doing around the world since 2003. He arrived at CSU in 2017, and as the director of the intercultural studies program, he teaches world religions and intercultural classes.
Previously, McGuinness served as the teaching pastor at LCBC Clarks Summit (formerly Parker Hill Church) for 18 years and led global partnerships in Kenya and Haiti. He is the author of the books "Walk This Way" and "Follow Me." He is excited to continue connecting with and mentoring students just as others did for him during his time at CSU.
McGuinness was born in Harare, Zimbabwe, and grew up in Westwood, New Jersey. He and his wife, Aimee, were childhood sweethearts and now have four children, a dog, a cat and several fish. In his free time, McGuinness enjoys walking his dog and sipping a chai outside CSU's Underground Café. His favorite verse is 1 Peter 4:10.
- B.S.B., Clarks Summit University
- M.Min., Baptist Bible Seminary
- D.Min., Baptist Bible Seminary