Paul
Randolph
Faculty, Degree Completion Program, School of Divinity

Teaching at Cairn since 2017

Paul Randolph

Education

  • DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary
  • MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary
  • BA,  Temple University

Biography

Dr. Paul Randolph is an adjunct professor in Cairn’s School of Divinity. He has taught a variety of courses pertaining to pastoral counseling and theology.

Before coming to Cairn, Dr. Randolph received his Christian education from Westminster Theological Seminary. He also worked as a professor in other Christian academia, including Biblical Theological Seminary and Lancaster Bible College’s Graduate School. Dr. Randolph specializes in pastoral counseling and is certified through the International Board of Christian Counselors. He has spent over 30 years dedicated to pastoral counseling services. He is currently the director of Insight Christian Counseling in Huntingdon Valley, PA. Dr. Randolph also serves as a chaplain with the US Secret Service and the PA State Police.  

He has been married to his wife, Phyllis, for over 35 years and they have three grown children and four grandchildren.

Additional Information

Contact Information:
prandolph@cairn.edu

Academic Specialties & Interests:

  • Pastoral Counseling
  • Theology

Awards and Honors:

Huntingdon Valley Fire Company Chief’s Award, 2010.
Community Links Citizenship Award, March, 2000.
Lower Moreland Township Community Service Award, 1999.
American Family Association God and Country Award for 1996.
Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, February, 1995, by the Congress of the United States, “in recognition of outstanding and invaluable service to the community.”

Selected Publications:

“How to Handle Counseling Needs in Your Small Group.”  Journal of the Association of Biblical Counseling, Spring, 2013.
“Traumatic Distress,” Journal of Biblical Counseling, Vol. 25, No. 3, Summer, 2007.
“Grief:  It’s Not About the Process; It’s About the Person,” Journal of Biblical Counseling, Vol. 23, No. 1, Winter, 2005.
“A Biblical Theology of Relationships,” Journal of Biblical Counseling, Vol.19, No.3, Spring 2001
“Applying the Family Covenant Model, Part 3,” Journal of Biblical Counseling,  Vol. 16, No. 1, Fall  1997.
“Building the Family Covenant Model, Part 2,” Journal of Biblical Counseling, Vol. 15, No. 3, Spring 1997.

Selected Presentations:

“After the Officer Suicide, What Works, What Doesn’t Work in the Small to Mid-Sized Police Department.”  International Critical Incident Stress Foundation World Congress, Baltimore MD, Spring, 2015.
“Responding to the Post-Traumatic Response Needs of Pastors in Haiti Following the 2010 Earthquake.”  International Critical Incident Stress Foundation World Congress, Baltimore MD, Winter, 2011.
“Responding in Times of Crisis.”  Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation Annual Conference, Valley Forge, PA, Fall, 2007.
“A Biblical Theology of Relationships.”  American Association of Christian Counselors Northeast Regional Conference, Fall, 1998.
“The Family Covenant:  A Biblical Plan for Parenting.”  American Association of Christian Counselors Northeast Regional Conference, Alexandria, Virginia, Spring, 1995.
“The Family Covenant Model, Part 1:  A Biblical Model of the Family,” Journal of Biblical Counseling, Vol. 5, No. 2, Winter, 1997.

Teaching at Cairn since 2007