Aspiring to speak the truth in as few words as possible, a good coach will listen humbly and deeply, question powerfully, challenge constructively, and support sufficiently as you work toward your goals.
Fr. Paul Lundberg
The Rev. Fr. Paul Lundberg currently serves as a clergyman with a lay profession, that of personal coach, focusing on leadership development. Through his company, Allaxis Partners, he helps individuals and teams work for transformative growth toward their goals. He currently serves at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Montgomery, Alabama and operates his coaching practice out of suburban Atlanta, Georgia. His periodic reflections from coaching are posted both on his website and LinkedIn. His weekly sermons are podcasted here.
Previously, Fr. Paul served in full-time ministry roles, first as a layman after his graduation from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in 2008, and since December 27th, 2014, as a clergyman. In 2016, he co-founded the Connect Conference, a pan-Orthodox ministry for young adults. Before attending seminary, Fr. Paul worked as a high school English teacher.
In addition to his degree from seminary, Fr. Paul holds academic degrees from Wake Forest University (B.A.), UNC-Chapel Hill (M.A.T.), and Duke University (Th.M.). His parents and younger brother live in North Carolina, his younger sister in New York. His core aspiration is, by God’s grace, to do His commandments and to become a reflection of His light, life, and love.