Tom A. Faulk, and his wife Laura, were both born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. On Sunday, March 19, 1978 they attended a morning service at the Cleveland Baptist Church in Brooklyn, Ohio and under the preaching of Dr. Roy Thompson, they accepted Christ as their personal Saviour. The Lord worked quickly in their hearts, lives, and home and as a result, in October of 1978, Pastor Faulk surrendered to the call of God to serve in full-time ministry. To prepare for ministry he put his newly-purchased house up for sale, and enrolled in Bible College in the Fall of 1979 and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree majoring in pastoral theology.
Upon graduating from Hyles-Anderson Colege in 1984 Pastor Faulk went to Ohio to pastor his first church for seven years. He returned to his home church, Cleveland Baptist Church, to serve on staff from 1991-1997 after which he moved to New England and served on staff for 11 years at Victory Baptist Church in Londonderry, NH where he established and directed an evening Bible Institute. Being led of God to pray about returning to the pastoral ministry an exciting but challenging door opened in Groton, Massachusetts. In August of 2009 Pastor Faulk became the senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Groton, MA. FBCG was essentially a re-start however the church has grown in ministry, in missions giving, and numerically as well from 20 to high attendance Sundays of 80.
In March of 2015 Pastor Faulk was asked to be the Moderator of the New England Baptist Fellowship and one month later in April he accepted. The NEBF is a fellowship of independent Baptist pastors, evangelists, church planters, and missionaries in the Northeast. The monthly fellowship meetings include a regional prayer meeting in 4 locations in February and a church planting conference in March hosted by FBC Groton, MA.
Pastor Faulk and his wife, Laura were married on June 21, 1974 and together they have faithfully served the Lord for 40 years. They have 4 married children and 11 grandchildren living in Tennessee, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.