About Us

Even from a young lad, music and singing have been my passion.  Although I sing a variety of songs, because of my upbringing, I lean towards the Country and Western style. I particularly like that style because it is simple to understand and gets to the heart rather than the head only.  While growing up on a working Farm in Carroll, Nebr., we would always have the radio on in the barn and tuned to WSM Nashville, TN., and the “The Grand Ole Opre.”  We found that because of the music, our dairy herd would give at least a quart of milk more.  Music Soothes the troubled soul.

While Serving at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Hudson, NH., in 1978, under Pastor Arlo Elam I noted that many churches being started in the New England states were without Special Music for most of their services. Special Music groups were available, but at a large expense and (for so many churches) simply financially out of reach.  Based on this, my son Alan and I developed The Frink Family Gospel Music Ministry to serve the needs of the local Independent Baptist Churches whereby Pastors could have confidence that they were providing Christ Centered Music, without compromising on doctrinal issues.

In 1982, Alan and I dis-banded. We both continue to sing and preach “the Wonderful Works Of God.”  As I have traveled the length and breadth of our nation, I have discovered that there are many good churches back in the coves and hollows of our nation that love the Lord to the best of their ability but many have not heard a clear presentation of the Gospel. My message is simple:  “BELIEVE IN THE LORD JESUS CHRIST AND THOU SHALT BE SAVED!” KJV 

 I was called into the Gospel Ministry under the pastorate of Ted Treisler, Monahans, TX, in 1970. I enrolled in Baptist Bible College, Springfield, MO., and  graduated in 1973. I also hold a BA., M.Th., and D.Th., from Carolina University of Theology and an Honorary D.Th., from Salt Lake Baptist College in Salt Lake, UT., Marshall Warneke, Founder & Pastor and Dr. T. E. VanBuskirk, President.

I have pastored for 22 years in conjunction with my singing ministry.  I believe this has given me a tremendous advantage in knowing the heart and desire of the pastor.  Because I have been on both sides of the phone, I tried to analyze if the Singer or Missionary or Evangelist was sent from God to the church I pastored for a reason.  Because I wanted, as pastor, to have people in that would lift Christ up and to minister to the needs of the people God gave me, I refused to just say NO.  If God revealed to me that He indeed sent the Evangelist, Singer or Missionary, then money was no object!  God still owns the Cattle on a thousand hills, and He will make sure His Evangelilst, Singer and Missionary would be adequately compensated so their ministry would not be impeded.