Paul Crow was born and reared in Greenville, South Carolina. He was saved at the age of fifteen. Not long after his salvation, ministry opportunities began to present themselves. For parts of three separate summers, Paul traveled with the Academy of Arts summer drama teams. When he was seventeen, he preached his first week of revival meetings at a Christian school under the auspices of the Academy of Arts Dramatic Word seminar. More and more with every passing opportunity, God stirred in his heart the desire to serve Him in full-time ministry. By the time Paul graduated from high school, he was certain that God wanted him to preach.
After graduation from high school, he entered Ambassador Baptist College. During his freshman year of college and in the next four summers, Paul was given opportunity to travel with evangelistic teams from Ambassador Baptist College, the first three years as pianist and, in later years, as preacher and pianist. Paul graduated from Ambassador Baptist College on May 5, 2000, with a Bachelor of Biblical Studies with an emphasis in evangelism.
Paul worked as youth director with Pastor Frank Chapman in Alum Creek, West Virginia, immediately after graduation. He married Sarah Betzner on June 17, 2000, and in August, Paul returned to North Carolina so that he and his wife Sarah could teach piano at Ambassador Baptist College. While teaching, the Lord allowed Paul to preach several local church revival meetings. He believes now that the Lord would have him in full-time evangelism.
Today, Paul and Sarah are based out of Clearview Baptist Church in Southaven, Mississippi, where Paul is staff evangelist. The family travels all over the country, living in a 36-foot trailer, and home schooling their children. Paul’s desire is to see souls saved, and to help pastors and churches wherever God has called him to minister.