Frank Pastore's Background
- Frank Pastore was a major-league pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds (1979 - 1985) and the Minnesota Twins (1986). He has earned degrees in business administration, theology and political science. For two years he was involved in the national leadership of Athletes in Action, the sports ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ.
Since 2004 Pastore has been the host of KKLA's "The Frank Pastore Show," the most popular talk show program in the nation. He integrates religion and politics with the news of the day in an entertaining and stimulating style.
- Business Admininstration - 1989 - National University (magna cum laude)
- Master of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics - 1994 - Talbot School of Theology at Biola University (summa cum laude)
- Master of Political Philosophy and American Government - 2003 - Claremont Graduate School
As an interesting sidenote, Pastore gained the official record for completing the 72-ounce steak meal challenge at the Big Texan steakhouse in Amarillo, Texas in 1987. His record was not broken until 2008.
Frank Pastore's Ministry
Frank Pastore Show - KKLA
Frank Pastore's Resources
Interview with Frank Pastore- What If We're Right?
Frank Pastore Page
Frank Pastore: Columns, Opinion, Views, Issues - TownHall.com
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'Bigger Than Life' Christian Radio Personality Frank Pastore Dies
Dec. 18, 2012 - Frank Pastore, host of the most successful Christian talk radio show died yesterday of complications from a
motorcycle accident nearly a month ago. Russell Shubin, director of National News and Public Affairs Salem Communications, described
Pastore as a "larger-than-life persona that you could not help but love." He was highly trained in theology, apologetics and philosophy.
- "He was always approachable, always humble. He knew he was a recipient of God's grace – and he wanted to share Christ's redeeming
work with others. That's what he did, every day. And he did it so very well. He will be greatly missed."
- Source: Christian Post
Frank Pastore Gets the Last Word - Mark Joseph - Huffington Post
Frank Pastore: True Hero of the Faith
Dec. 17, 2012 - Frank is with the Lord. Now what?
- Source: Ron's Blog
Eerie: Christian Radio Personality Frank Pastore Dies After Motorcycle Accident He Predicted
Dec. 17, 2012 - Three hours before his motorcycle accident (Nov. 19) popular Christian radio host was discussing an episode of
Through the Wormhole, a TV show on the Science Channel hosted by Morgan Freeman. The topic was life after death. He said,
- "At any minute I could be spread all over the 210," the host told his audience three hours before a car struck him as he rode
his motorcycle on the 210 freeway near Los Angeles.
- Source: Hollywood Reporter
- Audio clip from the show that night. -
Pray for Frank Pastore, in coma after motorcycle accident
Nov. 25, 2012 - Please pray dilligently for the recovery of Frank Pastore who is in critical condition and in a coma since he
had a motorcycle accident five days ago. He is at the Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center.
Frank was a baseball star with the Cincinatti Reds and is the host of the largest Christian talk radio program in the nation. He is an
incredible force for Christian truth, morality, and revival.
- "It's difficult to tell at this point what the outcome will be," hospital spokeswoman Rosa Saca told California’s Inland Valley
He is our friend, and was the MC of our Prophecy Conference in the Ontario Convention Center last year.
If you would like to send Frank and his family best wishes, cards can be sent to: P.O. Box 29023, Glendale, CA 91209.
Christian Radio Host Frank Pastore Critical After Motorcycle Accident - Newsmax
Former Reds pitcher Frank Pastore injured in motorcycle accident - Los Angeles Times
- The Frank Pastore Show - KKLA
- Update: Dec. 13, 2012 -
KKLA radio host Frank Pastore transferred to Upland hospital
Frank Pastore on YouTube
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