Pastor Bob Wrachford
I highly recommend Evangelist Dan Brubaker and his family for Bible-centered meetings at your church. In our day when many have wavered from sound Bible preaching and Christ-honoring conservative music, Bro. Brubaker and his family have stayed right on course! The spirit in which his messages are delivered is humble and passionate, but the Power of the Holy Spirit is also very evident. He has been a breath of fresh air to me and our church family.
Pastor Wrachford was raised in a coal miner's home in West Virginia. He came to know the Lord in 1974 following the death of his mother. He was called by God into the ministry in 1976 at 16 years of age. After Bible college, he was an Assistant Pastor and taught in a Bible college for 3 years. He has been a Senior Pastor since 1983 and has pastored Dunbar Baptist Church in Dunbar, PA since 1999.
Dr. Alton Beal
It is always an exciting thing to see a young evangelist hit the sawdust trail! The Lord has been preparing Dan for the ministry of evangelism while a student at Ambassador Baptist College. In the classroom, he has had the opportunity to learn about evangelism at the feet of veteran evangelists. In addition, Dan has had the opportunity to put his training into practice by traveling with a number of college teams as a singer and preacher. I believe that his ministry would be a blessing to you and your church. Please consider having him for a special day or meeting.
After training under Dr. Ron Comfort, Alton Beal began serving the Lord as an evangelist in 1998. He has also served in various ways at Ambassador Baptist College including Dorm Supervisor, Dean of Men, and Administrative Assistant to the President. In 2009, he succeeded Dr. Ron Comfort as ABC’s president.
Pastor Tom Graham
One of the most important helpers to a pastor is an evangelist. When you find one that you can trust, you can easily and confidently recommend him to others. Such is the case with Brother Dan Brubaker. He is a godly family man who practices what he preaches. His messages are clear and to the point without being harsh or unloving. With the convicting power of the Holy Spirit, and the uncompromising preaching from Brother Dan, decisions can be expected.
Before accepting the pastorate at Cornerstone Independent Baptist Church, Pastor Graham was involved in pulpit supply, evangelism, and working with troubled churches. In some cases, he was involved with these churches up to six months until a permanent pastor was found. During this time, he also was the business manager at his home church and working for the Christian school there.
Mr. Jim Fry
I have had the honor and privilege to watch Dan grow from a child. His life has been one of consistency and faithfulness to his God. He has played an active and vibrant role in his local church. He is conservative in his stance, but gracious in his disposition. His preaching is biblical, fervent, practical, well illustrated, and full of scripture. It is with great delight and confidence that I recommend Dan to your church, camp, or Christian school. I would encourage you to schedule this young evangelist!
For many years, Jim Fry served the Lord in various youth ministries. God allowed a series of circumstances into Jim’s life to push him toward more ministry. These events culminated in 2002, when he founded Servant’s Heart Camp. In 2010, the Lord provided the camp with a permanent home located in Ramey, PA. Jim Fry continues to serve as the Camp Director of SHC today.
Pastor Craig Holmes
I first became acquainted with Dan Brubaker when he visited our church as a representative of Ambassador Baptist College. I was immediately impressed with him and asked him to preach for us that morning. He preached with compassion and passion, and our Lord blessed.
As part of his internship, Dan later spent a week with Evangelist Dwight Smith at our church. Throughout the entire week he demonstrated a servant’s spirit by constantly seeking ways in which he could assist our ministry. He proved to be a great help to our church and the revival meeting. During that week my wife and I were honored to have Dan stay in our home. As I observed his manners and habits, I was impressed by his consistent godliness and diligent study of the Word of God. Dan has a burning desire to be used of our Lord, and I believe that He is going to fulfill Dan’s desire. I am looking forward to having Dan with us again in the future.
For over twenty-two years, Pastor Craig Holmes served in Troy, Alabama, as the pastor of God’s Way Baptist Church. In 2005, God assigned him to Macon, Georgia, where he is currently pastoring Gilead Baptist Church.