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Paul and Caryl Weingartner

REVEREND PAUL & CARYL WEINGARTNER, National Representatives for the Blind

Since 1994, Paul has directed the Assemblies of God Center for the Blind. Under his leadership the ministry has grown to become nationally recognized as a leader in ministry to the Blind.Paul is a graduate of LeTourneau University and earned a B.A. degree in Bible. Paul began his call into ministry at the age of 8 when a verse impacted his life and became the catalyst for going into full time ministry. John 15:16 You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit--fruit that will last.

Packing needed material into missionary barrels to be shipped overseas and often working in construction for churches and Christian camps, he acquired a passion for ministry in those young and formative years of boyhood. His experience has been with churches, camps, schools and orphanages from New York to Mexico. Paul served with an inner city ministry for families touched by disabilities in New York City.

Rev. Paul Weingartner lives in Springfield, MO with his wife, Caryl. Paul & Caryl have 5 children.


Hugh and Joyce Duncan

REVEREND HUGH AND JOYCE DUNCAN, National Field Representatives for the Center for the Blind

Rev. Hugh Duncan is a retired AGUSM Intercultural missionary who served with Convoy of Hope since his appointment in 2004.  Today Hugh serves at the Assemblies of God Center for the Blind (CftB) as their field representative, building awareness and raising support for CftB.

Hugh assists pastors and churches as they seek to minister to the blind and visually impaired in their community. 

Hugh formerly served the Michigan District of the Assemblies of God, first as the Home Missions Director and then as the Director of Pastoral Care and Church Leadership Development. Prior to that time, he pastored Fair Haven Assembly of God in Dearborn Heights, Michigan, and Ravenna Assembly of God in Ravenna, Michigan. Hugh and his wife, Joyce, have three grown children and five grandchildren.


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The Blind Can Lead the Blind
Despite his visual disability, Paul Weingartner has effectively led the Assemblies of God Center for the Blind since 1994.
By John W. Kennedy