Pastor Ed and Danna Fink have been members of Faith Bible Chapel South for more than 22 years. Pastor Ed accepted Christ as his savior when he was fourteen years old after a fellow high school student had invited him to attend a city-wide Youth Pizza Blast. “I had only been to church once before that,” Ed says. “I believe it is so important to invite the unchurched [to church],” Ed adds. “If someone hadn’t invited me, who knows where I would be.”
At age 17, he felt the Lord call him into full-time ministry as his vocation. After high school graduation, Ed attended Oklahoma Baptist University where he met his future wife, Danna Fisher. After marrying Danna in 1990, Ed was asked to move to Colorado and work with the youth group in July of that year. Ed then worked with FBCS part time, until he was able to be added to full-time staff in October of 2001. Since that time, he has been appointed to the position of Senior Pastor, and has also come to oversee the food bank, men’s ministry, and other church administration functions.
Danna accepted the Lord as her Savior at the age of eight, under the teaching of her father, Dr. Dannie Fisher, who is the Pastor Emeritus. She grew up in the Baptist denomination, active in choir, Girls in Action, and served the Lord throughout both high school and college. As an adult, Danna worked in the area of Telecommunications for years. After rearing children as a stay-at-home mom, Danna pursued her Master’s in Education, then worked in the Douglas County School District as a teacher for ten years before retiring. She now works at FBCS as the Director of Children’s Ministries, Director of Women’s Ministries, and oversees all media and marketing functions.
The Finks have two adult children. Their daughter, Dani Butler, is married to Makoto Butler; both serve the Lord as missionaries. Their son, EJ Fink, is finishing his Masters in Theology and looks forward to a career in writing and teaching