Rev. Paul Dordal began his vocation in ministry leadership over 20 years ago. He previously served as a college & seminary vice-president, an urban missionary & church planter, and as senior pastor in three churches in New York, NY and Pittsburgh, PA. He is an ordained priest in the Syro-Chaldean Church of North America.
Paul currently serves as a nationally board certified clinical chaplain at the VA Hospital System of Pittsburgh, as well as a U.S. Army Reserve Chaplain (IRR). He is a decorated combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
A graduate of Nyack College (BS, Organizational Management & Church Studies), he has also earned an MA in Intercultural Studies at the Alliance Theological Seminary, a MATS in Catholic Theology from Duquesne University, and a DMin in Ministry Leadership from the Graduate Theological Foundation.
Paul regularly serves as a seminar speaker, workshop leader, and has been an adjunct professor. His passion is to see Christian leaders and organizations multiplied to reach the world for Christ. Paul is also a ministry coach and consultant and has helped churches and non-profits in the areas of leadership development, ministry design, strategic planning, and fundraising.
He and his wife Martha have three children. They live in Pittsburgh, PA.