A Tribute to Jack Frost
Jack Frost—June 10, 1952-March 5, 2007
Jack and Trisha Frost had a vision: For the world to experience God’s transforming love through the hearts of the leaders. Jack was passionate about this vision and was a true spiritual father, exemplifying everything he taught.
Robert was privileged to be mentored extensively by Jack Frost traveling together to forty different conferences as well as Mexico, England and Canada. Cyndi also was in many stateside conferences and schools as well as in Mexico.
There were 3 key things that Jack poured into our lives:
1) The core values of God’s love being first place in our lives and family, with having our identity there, not in our ministry or what we do. This is in contrast to ministering from a need to be needed, using people to fulfill ministry vision and sacrificing our own families for the great commission.
2) Ministry etiquette for traveling ministers. Jack imparted the true meaning of sonship–how to come under the local pastor in each place to discover their values and boundaries and then seek to build on their vision. This is not something often taught in Bible school.
3) Finally, Jack shaped much of our approach to ministry, with a teaching style of transparent witnessing, messages that flow out of personal experience. We are transparent about our failures and share how God came in to change things which releases identification to those listening, hope that change is possible, and faith to step out and receive it.
Shiloh Place continues to thrive with Trisha Frost and many of Jack’s spiritual sons like us. We continue to take this message to the body of Christ, helping them to experience the love of God and seeing them transformed by it.
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