Frank Bowling

Welcome Rev. Frank Bowling to Eastmont

Montgomery, AL – Rev. Frank M. Bowling has been selected as Senior Pastor of Eastmont Baptist Church in Montgomery. He will begin his ministry at Eastmont on December 1, 2020.

Frank comes to Eastmont with more than twenty years of ministerial experience. For the past fourteen years, Frank has served as Senior Pastor of Medina First Baptist Church in Medina, TN.

While at Medina FBC, Frank was actively involved in the Tennessee Baptist Convention and the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board.

“We are thankful for Pastor Frank’s passion for teaching God’s word, as well as his heart for missions and the local church body,” said Brian Key, chairman, Eastmont Pastor Search Committee. “The Eastmont family is looking forward to Frank building on the strong foundation built by other ministers at Eastmont.”

Frank received his undergraduate degree from Middle Tennessee State University and has completed his Master of Divinity with Biblical Languages from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.  He is currently pursuing his Doctorate of Ministry with a concentration in Evangelism and Missions from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

“I am excited about the opportunity to serve Eastmont and the River Region area,” said Frank Bowling. “Gina and I are convinced the church of the 21st century must seek to make disciples whose lives are being transformed by the power of the Gospel rather than the therapeutic influences of our day.”

Frank and his wife, Gina, have been married for 23 years and have three children, Emma (16), Eliza (13), and Joseph (6).

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