Rev Frank Warren

Brother Frank Warren was a man who found Nola Witt, a widowed missionary with three boys on the mission field in Durango, Mexico. He married Nola and took on the work as his own. Through his labor, the work started schools, new churches and evangelized central Mexico. He went home to be with the Lord August 7, 2006.

Frank and Nola on the mission field.
Brother Frank enjoying a meeting.

Brother Frank and Brother Don Matthews enjoying Texas BarBQ at Crosby, TX
Brother Frank preaching the Word

The man loved to eat.
Frank and Nola before he passed away.

Frank's wife Nola writes:
"Frank and I were married for 39 years, all of which were spent in Mexico and other parts of Latin America as we did missionary work and reached out to different people. Frank meant something different to all the groups of people in his life. To the people he pastored and the young men he mentored, he was their faithful friend, pastor and missionary. To our grandchildren he was "Paw-paw", strong and invincible. To our children he was a dad like no other. To me, he was my beloved husband, my confidante, my counsellor, and my best friend. He was my knight in shining armor."


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