Robert T. Frank serves as Chief Executive Ofﬁcer for Bible League International. Coming
on board in 2009, he leads the organization in both internal operational efﬁciency and
worldwide Christian ministry. He provides strategic leadership and direction for his team
and is committed to productive use of all resources to accomplish God’s work in today’s
“There is a growing need to get God’s Word into people’s hands. They want to receive
it and learn it more than ever before,” Frank says. “Working together under God’s
guidance, our team is moving forward progressively and consistently to make sure
that happens.” This team includes staff and volunteers in the U.S and in more than 60
countries, as well as U.S. partners and international funding partners.
“Everyone is part of this team for a reason,” Frank says. “This organization supports true
servant leadership at all levels. We empower and encourage people to do all they can do
and be all they can be for serving the Lord.”
God is using Frank’s vision and experience to grow Bible League International’s ministry.
A student of global enterprises for more than 30 years, he has worked in every region
of the world. He has been a successful leader for international companies—such
as Superior Battery, Fruit of the Loom, Rawlings Sporting Goods, and Lee Apparel
Company—and has also served as a consultant with a variety of companies worldwide.
During his time at Bible League International, Frank has become known as a champion
for openness and communication. His down-to-earth leadership style inspires others to
work together in making sure God’s Word reaches those who need it most.
“I often hear from leaders of other Christian ministry organizations: ‘Nobody else is
doing what Bible League International is doing. You are doing it right’,” Frank says. “They
look to us for leadership. We need to make sure we are God-honoring leaders. I am
excited that God has brought me to Bible League International at this time.”
Frank has a B.S. from the University of Texas with studies in Industrial Management/
Technology; and an M.B.A. in Business Finance and an M.B.A. in International Business
Development, both from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. He has
served in local congregations as a deacon, Christian education teacher, and small
group leader. Following Hurricane Katrina, he joined a disaster relief team and
worked in New Orleans.
Frank, his wife Teresa, and their two children recently relocated from
Kentucky to the Chicago area. They make their home in Munster, Indiana.