Dr. Bob Froese
Bob Froese played in the National Hockey League from 1981/82 – 1991/92, with a goals against average of 2.52, and a total of 13 shutouts. As a Philadelphia Flyer goaltender, he holds a winning percentage of .737. Career highlights included playing on the NHL All Star Team, winning the William Jennings trophy, and shutting out the Russians for the Canadian World Championship team. Midway through his NHL career, Bob was traded to the New York Rangers, where he played for 4 seasons before becoming goaltender coach and player relations liaison. For five years, Bob worked in player development for New York Rangers and the New York Islanders, until God called him into full time ministry at Faith Fellowship Church, where he has served as senior pastor since 1998.
Since then God has given Bob grace to earn a Bachelor of Science in Religion (Liberty University), a Master of Arts in Religion (Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary), and a Ph.D. in Biblical Counseling (Trinity College of the Bible Theological Seminary). As a speaker, God has gifted Bob with the ability to touch hearts in practical and concrete ways, without wavering from the authority of God's Word. He addresses all topics relevant to the human condition, bringing the hope of Scripture to bear. Bob currently serves as pastor at Faith Fellowship Church in Clarence, NY.
Contact Information: Phone 716-759-0591
References: Dr. Ed Bulkley, President of IABC (www.iabc.net); Mike Smith, Associate Executive Director of Buffalo City Mission (); Debbie Fero, Director of Family Life's Single Source Ministry, Bath, NY (www.fln.org).