I generally have an iron-clad rule to not read any “real-life stuff” about suffering, death, or anything too heavy. I can watch the news if I want to be depressed. However, I am extremely glad that I made an exception to read Faith of a Father. Frank not only gave my thoughts a voice . . . he made them make sense.
Teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing
Frank, Faith of a Father is a breath of fresh air in contemporary writing on faith and self-understanding. As I read your story, I found, at least in part, that I was also reading my own. And, as I found my story, I also found insight into who I am and how I think. Thank you for having the courage to write it and share it with us.
Rev. Dr. Phil Ellmore
Chief development officer and executive officer of the Stockton College Foundation, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Galloway, New Jersey