Dr. Paul Randolph, Director
Dr. Paul is an ordained minister who has been married for over 25 years to his wife, Phyllis and they have three adult children. He has served as a senior pastor of two churches and now serves on the pastoral staff of Davisville Church in Southampton, PA. He is the author of numerous articles and his work has been featured in the Journal of Biblical Counseling, Leadership, Pennsylvania Families and Schools, Building Church Leaders Quarterly, Current Thoughts and Trends, National Review, Journal of the Association of Biblical Counselors, and other publications and media. He is a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor through the International Board of Christian Counselors.
-Temple University, B.A.
-Westminster Theological Seminary, M.Div., D.Min, Marriage and Family Counseling
-Over 25 years of counseling experience including Temple Student Life Center, Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation, various church settings
-Adjunct Professor, Philadelphia Biblical University, 2007 to 2010
-Adjunct Professor, Biblical Theological Seminary, 2004-2006
-Adjunct Professor, Lancaster Bible College Graduate School, 2001-2003
-Various Conferences, Retreats, Seminars, 1997 to present
Memberships and Affiliations
-Chaplain, Huntingdon Valley Fire Company
-Chaplain, Upper Southampton Police Department
-International Critical Stress Foundation
-Bucks County Critical Incident Response Team
-Member, Association of Biblical Counselors
-Charter Member, American Association of Christian Counselors
-Member, Marriage and Family Network, AACC
Kim Alston, Counselor
Kim has her Masters Degree in Christian Counseling from Philadelphia Biblical University. Kim has a passion for counseling and learning especially as it relates to seeing life and relationships from God’s point of view. She is personable, insightful, and empathetic in her counseling approach. Kim’s undergraduate work led her to study Marndarin Chinese in the U.S. and Taiwan, and she also sutdied Spanish and German. Her current graduate work has served to develop and sharpen her counseling skills in the areas of individual assessment, conflict management, grief and loss, domestic violence and trauma recovery. Her cross-cultural experiences, education and training uniquely equip her to work with counselees from diverse cultures and backgrounds. She is the mother of two dymanmic and wonderfully energetic middle school aged sons. Kim is a member of Davisville Church in Southampton, PA and serves on the lay leadership team.
-Middlebury College, B.A., East Asian Studies, 1987
-Taiwan Normal University, Mandarin Language Certificate, 1988
-Philadelphia Biblical University, MSCC and Licensing Certification in progress
-Peer counseling at PBU and youth ministry counseling at Davisville Church.
-Children and women’s sunday school classes at Davisville Church
-English as a Second Language classes in Taipei, Taiwan.
American Association of Christian Counselors
Matt Wilt, Counselor
Matt is passionate about helping those who struggle with or care for those with physical disabilities and chronic pain. This passion comes from God who has been with him through his own experience with disability and pain. Matt has a patient and calming presence with the ability to support, encourage, and challenge those he meets with. Matt and his wife Sarrah have two adorable children, Caiden and Emily. He and his family are part of Davisville Church in Southampton, PA.
Matt has been a member of the Davisville Church counseling team.
Cairn University, Langhorne, PA: Bachelors in Bible and Church Ministries
Cairn University, Langhorne, PA: Masters in Christian Counseling