Alan Frink was born May 29,1964. Alan is the youngest of 4 children born to Norman & Alice Frink of Tacoma, Washington. Alan has been singing since the age of 4 when he sang a duet with older brother Norman. Alan then sang with the family group for several years. Alan and his Father sang for several years as a father and son team in full time evangelism.
At the age of 18 when Alan graduated from Temple Christian High School in Salem, NH. Alan then left the family group as Dad took over the pastorate at Bible Baptist Church in Attleboro, Ma. At that time Alan then joined a Christian music and drama group called The Agape Players. Alan traveled with The Agape Players from June of 1982 until May of 1983. At that time Alan left the group to pursue a solo ministry.
Alan traveled and sang until November of 1984 when he became the song leader at a church in Litchfield, NH. He still serves as a soloist at his local church.
Alan has a burden to see lost souls brought to our loving Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It is Alan's prayer and desire to sing wherever God may lead him to share the glorious gospel and see souls brought to Christ.
The Lord has opened the door for Alan to sing in the car race tracks of New England. Singing mainly for the Grand National North Series with the Racing With Jesus Ministries out of Canterbury, Ct., Reverend Pat Evans founder.
Alan's music brings together Southern Gospel and Light Contemporary Gospel, and with Alan's unique style, every song is different. But one thing that never changes is the intense anointing that the Lord has placed on his life.