has practiced as an ObGyn physician for the last 32 years, seeking to integrate the practice of medicine into his faith. During his undergraduate years at Duke, Frank found a course of study and community that prepared him well for his work in health care. His faith is in a God who both creates life and has provided medicine as a means to mitigate the effects of the fall as He redeems His creation through His Son and the gospel. As he enters into a time of slowing down clinically, Frank has returned to Duke to consider how the gospel and his experience may continue to be integrated and useful in the future. He is blessed to have met his wife of 38 years at Duke and they have four adult children and two grandchildren.