Norman’s Personal Testimony

Personal Testimony

As a young boy, I received religious training in a little country church in Carroll, Nebraska. My mother had been saved as a teenager and made sure we children were exposed to the Gospel Message.  I believe I was saved as a child, but I worked in the fields with some deacons of the church  and; because of their actions, I found I did not want what they had (supposedly), therefore rejecting the Holy Spirits tugging at my heart for many years. I did continue to attend church at my mothers bidding.

In 1958, while serving in the US Navy, I was once again convicted about pursuing a spiritual relationship. Upon release from the service in 1960, I sought out a good church in which to  enroll my two daughters. I found Evergreen Baptist Church in Tacoma, Washington which fit the bill. A short time later (Nov. 21st 1966) both My wife Alice, (Now deceased) and I accepted the Lord Jesus as our Saviour. Shortly after, all my children followed in their own  professions of faith. My wife and I served together for the next 45 years until her death May 11th 2012, just short of our 55th wedding anniversary.

Dr. Norman H. Frink –; B.A.,; D.Th.; D.Th; (Honorary) ABA.; CBA