The world’s opera stages and synagogues were the ambition of a determined young man named Paul Wilbur. Paul was instructed in vocal technique, Italian, and opera by some of La Scala's most skilled mentors.
Before Paul Wilbur's solo career he formed Harvest with friends Ed and Jerry; they traveled and ministered together, and recorded several albums with the Benson Record Company.
Today Paul Wilbur has a ministry that is as worldwide as his music. “God’s grace is truly amazing, as we have ministered in more than sixty nations, recorded in four languages, and have witnessed thousands set free by the power of God's love.”
Paul sees his calling to the Church and the Jewish community, to build bridges of reconciliation between them. His latest recording for Integrity, The Watchman, is a stirring call to the Body of Messiah worldwide to take up their place on the walls of their lives, congregations, cities, and nations—to be faithful, prayerful, and watchful during what he calls “this most prophetic hour.” The Watchman was recorded at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio with Pastor John Hagee. It has since been re-recorded in Spanish with live audiences in Costa Rica and Guatemala and is called "El Shaddai."