Growing up in a Christian home, I knew how to get to Heaven, but I had never asked Christ to forgive me of my sins. When I was ten years old, I had heard a series of messages about hell and the second coming of Christ. The Holy Spirit used these messages to convict my heart about salvation. I knew I was a sinner, Christ died for my sins, and all I had to do was to ask Him to forgive me of my sins. Late one night, I woke up my parents and told them that I needed to be saved.



About two years later after I trusted Christ, God called me to preach. Upon finishing high school, God led me to go to the Temple Baptist Church and Crown College to prepare for the ministry. It was here that I meet my wife, Kelly, and fully surrendered to go to Germany as a missionary.




I am so grateful to God that He saved me at a young age.

I had the wonderful privilege to grow up in a Christian home. Even though I had Christian parents, I realized that I had to personally make Christ my Savior. When I was four years old, while the pastor was preaching a message on Hell, God convicted my heart. I had not asked Him to come into my heart and because of this I was going to spend eternity without God in a real Hell. I asked my mom to pray with me, and that night I trusted Christ as my Savior.


The Lord has meant so much to me through my Christian life. When I was ten years old, at Summer Camp, I surrendered my all to the Lord. After graduating high school, I prayed about what God would have me to do. I could not get peace about doing anything else but attend Crown College. He led me not only to a geographical location, but to Himself. It was there that I met my husband, and the Lord put the burden for the people of Germany on both our hearts. I am so excited to serve along side my husband to do the things the Lord has called us to do.


– "Faithful is he that calleth you, who also will do it." – I Thessalonians 5:24.


Why Germany?


An Extended Testimony from Bob Radank:


I spent most of my childhood living on military bases iGermanyWhile in the Army, my father was called to preach, and after he retired in 1996, we went back to Germany as missionaries.


After I graduated from high school in 1999, the Lord led me to stay in Germany, and assist my father with his church to the U.S. military. For two years I helped in the church with various ministries such as the Sunday School, the bus ministry, the soul winning/visitation program, and the music ministry. During these years I faithfully served with my dad, and in 2002, the Lord led me to Temple Baptist Church and Crown College to continue preparing for the ministry.


I was called to preach in 1993 when I was about twelve years old. Growing up in Germany had prepared my heart to minister in this country. In 2002, during my freshman year in college, I surrendered to go back to Germany as a missionary.


As missionaries sent out by Temple Baptist Church, Kelly and I know that God has called us to start churches in Germany and to help missionaries already established in the country. Because we know that God has called us then we also know that He is faithful to the calling that He has given to us. It is His work, and we are vessels in the work. Our prayer is that God can use us to see many souls saved for His glory and honor.



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