Experiencing the Father’s Love – A Daily Devotional Encounter By Jack Frost – A Book Review

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Ministering Out of the Deep Experiences of God’s Affectionate Love

“Experiencing the Father’s Love – A Daily Devotional Encounter” is compiled from the writings of Jack Frost, as a legacy of love.

The personal nature of these devotions, drawn from the Frost’s experiences over the various seasons of his life and the stages of his ministry are written and arranged in a progression that becomes a springboard for the readers to examine and experience the same life-changing encounter.

Jack Frost, known as “Top Hook” is credited with being the most successful fishing boat captain on the south-eastern coast. At the age of 27, Jack was set free from a life of addictions through a miraculous life-changing encounter with Jesus.

Jack shares incidents from his story of ministry that followed, and of the events that led up to the founding of Shiloh Place Ministries, a ministry to help others overcome past hurts, live with purpose and connect to God and others.

Frost’s unique writing style of openness and vulnerability touches the reader where they are; enabling them to recognize the heavenly father’s, love, peace, and comfort; to identify and make applications in a similar way in their personal spiritual journey. Each devotion ends with “A Prayer to Encounter the Father.”

These are rich devotional readings that empower the reader to become representative of Christ to the world.

“Experiencing the Father’s Love – A Daily Devotional Encounter” challenges the reader to restore the image of God as a loving Father.  And from that foundation, to restore and improve relationships with those we love.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

Destiny Image Publishing, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257,

978-076841484, $16.99, 2017, 380 Pages






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