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
In his book, Frank is writing much more than an autobiography. As an experienced and godly mentor, he’s laying out a pathway to inner healing and maturity from a background of dysfunction. His book is a powerful combination of transparency, honesty, integrity, and insight. It is presented with understanding, wisdom, compassion, grace, and spirituality. Frank leaves us with the same strategy, message, and hope expressed by the apostle Paul: “What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me—practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you” (Phil. 4:9 ESV).
Rev. John Alt (“Pastor John”)
Presiding pastor for New Hope Community Church (formerly Koinonia Church), Potsdam, New York; drug and alcohol addiction consultant; pastor for thirty-three years