About Pastor Paul Robinson
After living in Minneapolis, MN for nearly 8 years, Paul and Ebony are now back home in St. Louis, MO leading Kingdom State University.
Prior to starting Kingdom State, Paul earned an Engineering degree with a B.S. in Construction Management from Kansas State University. It was during his undergraduate stint that Paul was called into ministry and began preaching and teaching as he led campus bible study. After graduating from Kansas State, Paul commenced his career and quickly climbed the corporate ladder becoming an International Property Development Manager for Target Corporation, operating out of Headquarters located in Minneapolis, MN.
During his time in Minneapolis, Paul simultaneously enrolled in Seminary at Bethel University earning a Masters of Theological Studies. It was shortly after graduating that Paul felt God calling him to a different path in life – full time ministry. After leaving Target in 2012, Paul and his long time friend/brother in Christ, Chris Davis, founded Kingdom State University in 2013 as a faith-based nonprofit organization. And through God’s leading, Kingdom State University became a church plant in 2015.
The call to plant Kingdom State University as a church is a testament to how full circle life can be. Paul and Ebony moved away for years, only to return back to their native hometown, St. Louis, MO on assignment from God to impact their community for Christ!
What to Expect
Every Sunday Pastor Paul delivers a dynamic word - “Theology intersecting culture”, as he frequently says. His practical approach to preaching and teaching the gospel makes the word of God palatable and relevant to all ages. His sermons are sprinkled with humorous rhetoric to keep you engaged and eager to learn more.
KSU is serious about God and living to be known, rather than living to impress. Healthy and meaningful relationships are important. Therefore, you will experience people greeting you, conversing with you and following up with you in love.
Our church is inside of a high school, which means we have to set up and break down our equipment/materials every week. We do this with music playing. It could be slow, up-tempo, contemporary, traditional, or even rap! Thank God for the diverse Christ-centered music we have, because sometimes we like it hype and sometimes just chill.
Looking forward to meeting you!
Whether you are new or haven’t been for a while, we would love to see you!