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PRINCE CHRISTOPHER FRIMPONG
a 1989 graduate of ABC Liberia
Prince Christopher Frimpong & Doris Edith Frimpong
Though no longer a resident of Liberia, Prince Christopher regards his alma mater fondly. Over the course of collecting the following information from him, his emails were sprinkled with "Long Live ABCU!" and various praises. We are very pleased to introduce you to such an enthusiastic supporter of the work the Lord is doing in Liberia through this university.
Mr. Prince and Mrs. Doris Frimpong moved to the United States in 1997 at the request of Doris’ Mom and established a home in Hanover, Maryland. Since that time they have been actively shaping the future of America's youth, starting with their own sons.
Speaking of his own children, Mr Frimpong states "Our two boys are growing well, Praise the Lord. The older one, Prince II is a second year student at the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; and Paul, the younger one is a 9th grade student at Clinton Christian School."
The Frimpong's involvement with youth doesn't end there though. Both Doris and Prince work and minister at Clinton Christian School as educators. Doris is a Lead Teacher and teaches French in the High School while also teaching English Language and Literature in the Middle School. Prince, however, serves as the Administrator of Education for the entire school. It is quite a responsibility and one that requires two hours of driving each day. Clinton Christian School is K4-12 institution situated in Upper Marlboro, near Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland (about an hour drive away from their home).
"We (Doris and I) also continue to serve the Lord as Church Planters. We have planted a church (Trinity Circle Outreach Ministries) located in Hanover, near Baltimore Washington International Airport where I serve as the Lead Pastor and Doris oversees the Children’s Ministry. The Lord has been so gracious to us and continues to keep “His banner over us”. We praise God all the time for my training at ABC.... We sincerely praise God for ABC and for all your love and services to us."
Paul Clifford Frimpong,
Doris Edith Frimpong
and Prince Christopher Frimpong
When asked about his time at ABC, Mr. Frimpong fondly recalls, "Volleyball was my favorite sport; nonetheless, serving ... as the librarian and student supervisor was a big blessing to me." Through that work-study program Prince Frimpong was able to attend the ABC classes which equipped him for future ministry. "Every class I took at ABC was beneficial and profitable to ministry, however, my sermon preparation and homiletics classes stand out as my favorites. As a preacher/teacher of the Word of God, I needed to know how to handle His Word well and make it presentable and acceptable to all who may hear me preach or teach."