Tim and Barb Klink

Klink

Family

Tim was born in 1947 and has been married to his wife, Barb, since 1968. They have 4 children; Steve, Joe, Heather, and Nicole, as well as 7 grandchildren.

Salvation

Tim accepted Christ as his Savior in 1965 at Canton Baptist Temple in Canton, OH, and was later called to full-time Christian work in 1981.

Ministry Training

Tim completed his Associate and Bachelor’s degree studies through Citadel Baptist Theological Seminary in Bucyrus, OH, and later completed his Master’s degree in Christian Counseling as well as a Ph.D. in Christian Counseling from Cornerstone University in Lake Charles, LA.

Church Ministry

Tim joined the staff of Massillon Baptist Temple in 1981 under Pastor Bruce D. Cummons as an assistant pastor and later served as a professor at Massillon Baptist College. In 1988, he joined with Jeremiah Home for Boys in Ocala, FL, as a field representative. In 1989, he became the senior pastor of Gideon Baptist Church in Warren, MI. In 2011, God lead Tim to begin what has become the Prison Discipleship Ministry and is now a home missions ministry sent out from Fellowship Baptist Church in Canton, OH.

Missions Today

Tim and Barb Klink participate in Stark County jail chapel services for both men and women many times per month, as well as, actively disciple hundreds of men and women in state and county jail and prison facilities through correspondence. They are also reaching out to the families of those who are incarcerated along with the members of Fellowship Baptist Church with the hope that can only be found in Jesus Christ.

On Sept 1, 2014, Tim became the Sr. Chaplain at Stark County Jail which houses up to 500 men and women. We have 13 services per week and have incorporated the Prison Discipleship Ministry program into the jail ministry. This is in addition to being the chaplain/director of the Prison Discipleship Ministry.

Sending Church / Supporting Agency

Fellowship Baptist Church in Canton, Ohio, Thomas Shank, Jr., Pastor

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Email: timklink@fellowshipbaptistchurch.org