Frank Sansone came to know Jesus Christ as Savior while a Freshman in high school in Arizona and preached his first message the summer after his sophomore year in high school at a church camp (it was a disaster!). The following summer, Frank surrendered to the Lord's call on his life for full-time Christian service after hearing the testimony of Evangelist Phil Shuler while attending Camp Ironwood in Newberry Springs, California and began teaching a Wednesday night teen Bible study at a small church plant in Phoenix during his junior year in high school.
Frank attended Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina, completing a B. A. in Bible and an M. A. in Pastoral Studies and serving on staff for two years after that. During his time at BJU, Frank traveled with Evangelist Mark Kittrell as part of the Minutemen Evangelistic Team, putting on The War - An Exciting Three-Day Evangelistic Competition for Teens. Frank was also active in youth and children's work at this time, serving as a Youth Pastor in North Carolina and South Carolina while in school, putting on an Youth Rally called the BLITS (Bible Living in Teenage Students), and serving as part of the Minutemen Ministries team putting on Cola Clashes and other youth rallies in the Southeast.
Frank has served as a Pastor, Youth Pastor and Assistant Pastor and loves God's Word and God's People. Even though actively involved in full-time staff positions on churches since 1995, Frank has also been sought out as a preacher and has preached in over 50 churches, camps, and Christian schools in over a dozen states - speaking for church services, camps, conferences, spiritual emphasis weeks, and more.
While at BJU, Frank met his lovely wife, Missy Lewis from Ohio. Frank and Missy have three children - Josiah, Christina and Rebekah. Missy is a registered nurse and works in labor and delivery. In addition to serving as a nurse, she has also been active in ministry beside Frank, helping with the youth, teaching Sunday School, playing piano, and serving as a Pastor's wife Her biggest responsibility, however, has been in taking care of the three children and trying to keep Frank in line.