Evangelist Missionary Diahann Frazier was born in Fort Dix, N.J. and raised in Queens, N.Y.  Upon graduating from the State University of New York at Stony Brook with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Performing Arts in 1985, she joined the military.  Evangelist Frazier served in the U.S. Army for seven (7) years in the field of Multi-channel Communications.  It is during her tenure in the military that she came to know and accept Jesus Christ as her personal Savior while attending the Ansbach Gospel Service in Ansbach, Germany.  It was also during this time that Evangelist Frazier met, and then later married, Elder Sam Frazier.  They are the proud parents of four (4) children.  In January 1992, Evangelist Frazier responded to God's call to enter the ministry.  She voluntarily exited the military to raise her children and focus on working in God's vineyard.  After the Frazier family relocated to Kansas, God led Evangelist Frazier to go forth in Prison Ministry, witnessing, counseling, teaching, and praying for lost souls behind bars.  She is now employed as a law enforcement

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officer as a Corrections Lieutenant at the Riley County Police Department and continues to provide volunteer services as a teacher for the Riley County Jail Inmate Literacy Program.  As a former member of Fellowship Temple C.O.G.I.C. in Manhattan, KS Evangelist Frazier served as a Sunday School Teacher (Grades 1-2), prayer warrior, and implemented, choreographed, and provided leadership for the youth Pantomime Ministry Team, Expressions of Praise.  She is now the First Lady of River of Life Worship Center C.O.G.I.C. in Topeka, KS serving in ministry as a Christian Educator in several areas under the leadership of her husband, Pastor Sam Frazier.  

Since being in Kansas, Evangelist Frazier has also served as an instructor for the C.H. Mason Bible Institute and facilitated the training of Aspiring Missionaries in the Kansas East Jurisdiction.  The Lord also blessed her to earn an Associate in Ministry degree in Bible & Cross-Cultural Ministry, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible & Cross-Cultural Ministry, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology from Manhattan Christian College and a Master of Arts degree in Practical Theology from Oral Roberts University (ORU) in Tulsa, OK.  Her desire is to earn her Doctorate of Divinity degree from ORU as well and work as an adjunct professor at a Christian College, University, or Seminary.