Paul House Obituary Paul Manard House of Oswego, Illinois, died on Friday, May 14, 2021, at 81 years old. Paul passed on calmly, prepared to meet his Lord. Paul was brought into the world in Hollister, California on September 22, 1939, to William and Florence House. He and his two siblings assisted on his family’s chicken farm and took an interest in the nearby church from early on. Paul’s brilliant brain and energy for Christ drove him to Bethany Bible College in Santa Cruz, California, where he met his future spouse, Loretta (Silber). After they marry on June 18, 1960, Loretta worked at FMC partnership while Paul worked development and finished his four-year certification in Christian instruction.
One of Paul’s beloved expressions was “Discover a need and fill it.” Throughout their 61 years of marriage, Paul and Loretta reliably served the Lord. While pastoring youth in California, Paul dispatched a yearly development outreach program called Mission Impossible. In 1971, the Lord welcomed Paul and Loretta to serve on staff at First Presbyterian Church in Aurora. Craving Christian training for their three little girls, together they established Aurora Christian Schools (ACS) in 1975 where he filled in as Superintendent until his retirement in 2010. ACS developed rapidly and keeps on giving solid Christian schooling to families in Aurora and encompassing networks.
In 1983, Paul relaunched Mission Impossible, and Christian grown-ups and understudies have now achieved building and rebuilding projects the nation over for almost 40 years. Because of his authority among companions and ability to guide other Christian school pioneers, Paul was chosen for the leading group of the Association of Christian Schools International. While filling in as seat, he urged that board to focus on worldwide organizations with Christian instructors all throughout the planet. Despite the fact that he affected so many through modesty and graciousness, Paul was known for his motivating charges, jokes, and practical comical inclination.