Paul Faulkner came to Abilene Christian as a student in 1949. Faulkner was NAIA national champion pole vaulter as a senior and Abilene Christian's top vaulter and javelin thrower all four seasons.
Faulkner graduated from ACU with a B.S. in 1952 and a master's in 1961. He earned his Ed.D. from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth. He joined the ACU faculty in 1957, serving as Dean of Men from 1958-1965. He later taught Bible and founded and chaired the nationally renowned Marriage and Family Institute.
In 1974, Faulkner and Dr. Carl Brecheen began the Marriage Enrichment Seminar, an intensive 12-hour program designed to enrich, strengthen, and vitalize the marriage relationship. The seminar has since been filmed for distribution.
Faulkner currently serves as founder and chair of Resources for Living, a counseling and consulting service for major American businesses such as Wal-Mart, Sam's Wholesale Club, Kroger Grocery, and Bridgestone/Firestone. He has also been honored with the Distinguished Christian Service Award from Harding University and Pepperdine University.
Faulkner and his wife, Gladys ('52), have four children and eight grandchildren.
NEW OR USED FROM AMAZON:
Marriage Enrichment (with Carl Brecheen, 2001)
What Every Family Needs (with Carl Brecheen, 1994)
What Every Family Needs Or Whatever Happened to Mom, Dad & the Kids? (with Carl Brecheen, 1979) [TOP]
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