Frank is a noncombat veteran and is the retired president of an electrical engineering and testing firm, which he founded in 1985. Throughout the past thirty-five years, he has served as a Bible teacher, ordained deacon, trustee, and finance director, along with other leadership roles in the church. He has traveled extensively throughout all fifty states and many foreign countries. As a private pilot, he enjoys flying, golf, photography, travel, and writing, along with other business-related interests. He lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with his wife of thirty-six years and has two children. You can visit Frank at http://godsperfectwork.com.
“In a culture that, at times, seems to have lost its way, My Road to Paradise unearths a treasure chest of lifetime rewards. As the father of three beautiful daughters and four awesome grandkids, I know firsthand the value of a loving family circle. This book presents a vivid illustration of God’s intended purpose for the family and the foundation from which it must grow. No matter where you are along your road of life, stop and read this book.”
Cornelius Phillips, Senior Pastor; McCullough Christian Center, Atmore, Alabama
“As an artist, I have the unique gift of expressing my encounters with life on canvas. With each stroke of my brush, I struggle to achieve one simple goal: the portrayal of the truth of life. Similarly, My Road to Paradise clarifies truth through a comparison of the Tree of Knowledge to the Tree of Life. Frank defines the true meaning of life in terms of good that is acceptable only through Christ, the Tree of Life. Life is encapsulated within the knowledge that “the best is yet to come.”
Katherine Rutledge, artist