• Paul Fultz

    Contributing sermons since Jan 13, 2008
Paul's church

The Valley Worship Center
Dayton, Ohio 45432

About Paul
  • Education: Paul "Woodie" Fultz and his wife, Renée, are both graduates of Ohio Christian University holding Bachelors of Arts degrees.
  • Experience: Pastor Woodie was raised in a ministers home and began his ministry at his parents side a young child. His parents sang and evangelized all over central and southern Ohio during his childhood and he began participating in the music ministry at a very young age. As a teenager, he served in leadership with the youth ministry of his dad’s church and traveled as a singer/musician through various outlets. He served in the Churches of Christ and Christian Union as Youth Minister, Christian Education Director, and Minister of Music through 1980. Feeling led of the Lord, he joined the Church of God where he continued to serve in the same capacities. In 1990 he joined his dad in the early formation of a home discipleship group and later was asked to lead that church as pastor. That church came to be known as The Father’s House. In 2008, The Father’s House joined with another congregation to form a new church called The Valley Worship Center.
  • Family: Pastor Fultz, know as "Woodie" by his friends and family, has been married to his wife since 1978. They have three adult sons who work side by side with them in the ministry. Pastor Woodie is a third generation preacher and his sons are preparing to be the forth.
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  • Don't Look Back

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2008
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    Looking back freezes us in our past and keeps us from possessing our futures. Your past can deactivate you in the present and rob you of your future.

    Don’t Look Back Introduction I. Don’t look... 1. In the early seventies a new fad broke across the nation. It really took off in sports arenas across the nation as the whole nation watched the unfolding of a new grass roots fanatic: The Streaker! 2. It was out of that movement that more

  • 3) Thanksgiving

    Contributed on Jan 17, 2008

    As a lifestyle of kingdom living thankfulness is found in the heart by three expressions; and also in our heart of compassion towards those who are not thankful.

    >>Introduction<< Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite times of year One of my earliest childhood memories is waking up on thanksgiving day Smelling the food Family coming over No regular schedule I have a distinct memory of waking up and smelling the food and hearing voices in more

  • 2) Citizenship

    Contributed on Jan 13, 2008

    As citizens of God’s kingdom we are given values that govern our lives. Those values are used to bring influence in an open society for the kingdom of God.

    Introduction Text Matt 5:13-16 Jesus prayed in John 17:11-20 These are in the world I do not pray that You should take them out of the world They are not OF the world Sanctify them (separate them and consecrate them) I send them into the world This is for all those who believe because of more

  • 1) Enter The Kingdom

    Contributed on Jan 13, 2008
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    Learn what it means to enter the kingdom of God and how you may do it.

    Lifestyles of the Kingdom 1: Entering the Kingdom Matt. 3:1-2; 4:12-17; 10:1-7 Introduction Today is the first lesson of a series on “Lifestyles of the Kingdom” A number of years ago there was a show with Robin Leach called “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous” The purpose of the show was to more

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