Frank & Fran
[Editor's comment: Frank Barrow had the privilege to live and grow up in the same small city in North Carolina. It was called Draper. Today it has been renamed Draper Village. It is a small community of some of the finest Americans who love God within a large city called Eden--the wonderful land Eden. It has two rivers on opposite sides of the city--the Dan River and the Smith River. Frank and Melvine were members of the Draper Pentecostal Holiness Church and they attended the same grammar school and high School. Melvine became a school teacher. Frank Barrow made a career as a non-commissioned and served, I guess for some 30 years with honor and distinction. He was a Chaplain's Assistant and at one period of time while I was on active duty as an IPHC Air Force chaplain they gave the title a more fitting and dignified name--Chaplain Management Specialists. They were highly trained chapel administrators or church administrators. Chaplains need that kind of administrative assistance so they can get of the office to be on the flight line with the troops, in their offices and workplaces, in the control tower, or in the command post. Chaplains have an open door to the commander. He looks to his chaplains for spiritual guidance, counsel, prayer, comfort, and moral and ethical advice. Nowhere in the private or secular environment is that always the case. Frank Barrow retired with the rank of Chief Master Sergeant. His retirement was at Elgin AFB, FL. He and his lovely wife are active members and lay leaders in the Elgin Protestant Parish.
Frank Barrow is a diligent steward of the wealth God has given him and Fran. He is a strict tither and giver. He gives subtantially every year to the Draper Pentecostal Holiness Church, the Cornerstone Conference (formerly called the Western North Carolina Conference, World Missions Ministries, Evangelism USA, People to People Ministries, Men's Ministries, Chaplains Ministries, IPHC, and Hugh's News, Inc. What a blessed this noble servant of the Lord is to so many ministries of the IPHC.
May I ask you once again to make your voice heard in heaven by asking Jesus to heal Frances of lung cancer. It is my prayer that the Holy Spirit, the third Person of the Holy Trinity, will breathe the healing virtue into her lungs and throughout her entire body bringing healing and wholeness to Frances for the glory of God, for her good, and a testimony of God's supernatural work to heal our bodies.]