Our Staff and Team

Our Founders, Jack and Trisha Frost

Jack and Trisha experienced many things through the 35 years of their relationship; some joyful and exciting, others disappointing and wounding. They lived, loved and fought their way into finally finding their destiny.  From their life journey to find the love they had so desperately been seeking came a revelation of unconditional agape love that brought healing to their family and also to the lives of many families around the world as Jack traveled and shared their story. Now the message of agape continues in the life of Trisha and their children. Jack had for years encouraged Trisha to tell her side of the story, saying to the Shiloh Place staff that “there is a Niagara Falls of teaching in her, waiting to be released” but until now the circumstances of life and ministry have kept her travel schedule at a minimum. Today is the hour of her release as one of many Shiloh Place teachers as we chart our way through new challenges of life without Jack. Trisha’s life used to flow from feeling like an orphan, abandoned by her own loving father, and then by her husband; she felt she constantly had to take a back seat to Jack ‘s other loves. Now she can take you on the journey to find your place in the heart of God as she shares the breakthrough of her own revelation of love at the culmination of her pathway to healing, foremost as a favored child of God, then also as a wife and a mother.

 

The Shiloh Place Team

Trisha Frost – Founder and President

Jack and Trisha experienced many things through the 35 years of their relationship; some joyful and exciting, others disappointing and wounding. They lived, loved and fought their way into finally finding their destiny. From their life journey to find the love they had so desperately been seeking came a revelation of unconditional agape love that brought healing to their family and also to the lives of many families around the world as Jack traveled and shared their story. Now the message of agape continues in the life of Trisha and their children. Jack had for years encouraged Trisha to tell her side of the story, saying to the Shiloh Place staff that “there is a Niagara Falls of teaching in her, waiting to be released” but until now the circumstances of life and ministry have kept her travel schedule at a minimum. Today is the hour of her release as one of many Shiloh Place teachers as we chart our way through new challenges of life without Jack. Trisha’s life used to flow from feeling like an orphan, abandoned by her own loving father, and then by her husband; she felt she constantly had to take a back seat to Jack ‘s other loves. Now she can take you on the journey to find your place in the heart of God as she shares the breakthrough of her own revelation of love at the culmination of her pathway to healing, foremost as a favored child of God, then also as a wife and a mother. Trisha is ordained with The River Fellowship.

 

Crew headshot for landing page and site

Doug and Sarah Crew – Executive Directors

Doug and Sarah came on staff in December 2009 as the new Executive Directors of Shiloh Place Ministries.  It was Sarah that first introduced the message of Father’s Love and healing to Doug through sharing her father’s testimony tape and the Breaking Free series with him.  Doug realized immediately why he was so frustrated in his relationship with God and church.   This started his journey of healing and reignited a passion for God in him.  Doug and Sarah both worked in the area of resources and production for Shiloh Place early in their marriage.  Eventually they moved to Redding, CA where they spent 3 years working for Bethel Church in the video/design department.  The time in Redding was a bittersweet experience for them both.  They walked through Sarah’s season of grieving the death of Jack,  while simultaneously making lifetime friendships and having both of their beautiful daughters.  In 2014 they had their son Jack Douglass to complete their family.
Today they speak in Shiloh Place schools and on the road as well as leading the schools and team.

 

Jean2015Jean Jones – Founding Team Member

Jean has been associated with Shiloh Place Ministries (Trisha Frost and the late Jack Frost) since its beginning in 1991.  She and her late husband led retreats, taught seminars, conducted prayer ministry sessions, and traveled internationally.   Jean began Springs Of Hope Ministries in 2002 after the death of her husband. She brings a message of hope and restoration that the Father’s love can heal damaged emotions, heal depression and anger, heal a marriage, and heal in the midst of grief.

Jean now continues to conduct prayer ministry sessions, teach on prayer ministry and teach in Shiloh Place Schools. In Shiloh Place schools Jean’s teaching focus might cover Breaking Free from old habit patterns that keep us in bondage, Healing Heart Wounds(rejection and abandonment), or Forgiveness.  She is available for prayer ministry either in her area or wherever she is asked to travel.

 

Nobles2015Knobby and Nancy Nobles – Founding Team Members

Knobby and I, Nancy, will soon be married 58 years. That is a miracle that would not have happened if it weren’t for the Lord and Jack & Trisha Frost. In 1990 we were blessed to be asked by them to take part in a marriage support group. There were four couples involved and all our marriages were in trouble. The group was to meet for six weeks & go through a small booklet together. We met for a year and a half every Friday night. All our marriages lasted and we all were, and are in the ministry. Knobby and I lead prayer ministry sessions, lead small groups and teach with Shiloh Place and through our ministry, Healing Path. We have three married children, seven grand children and four great grands. We are blessed to be able to do what we love to do which is sharing how much our Heavenly Father loves us.

 

Harold Martin team photosMarleny and David Hucks

Marleny comes from a diverse background with experience in both full-time Christian ministry and the business world. She has been a cross-cultural missionary and trainer in Guatemala, Mexico, Ireland, Africa as well as the “foreign country” of New York City.  Stateside Marleny worked in ministry with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) in NC and later in NY/NJ as a mentor, trainer, teacher and conference speaker. She has recently returned to her calling in ministry and most recently committed to help Shiloh Place with developing donor connections, training and event planning. Marleny currently lives in Myrtle Beach with her husband David, a local businessman, known to be a community advocate and corruption fighter. Together they are bringing their Kingdom values and “shalom” to Myrtle Beach.  

 

Crystal2015Crystal Grainger

Crystal Grainger is the founder of Releasing Destiny.  It’s her personal goal in life to learn the meaning of everyones name that she ever comes in contact with.  She believes that our names are our identity and that they help to shape our destiny.  It’s important that we know who we are and what it is that we carry inside of us.  When she meets someone, she doesn’t want to have any preconceived ideas or judgments. She wants to see them the way that God sees them and wants them to see themselves the way that God sees them.

Originally from Baltimore, MD, Crystal has spent most of her life in Conway, SC. She has been a friend of the Frost family for many years. In recent years she has started to minister in Shiloh Place Schools and on the road with Trisha. releasingdestiny@gmail.com

 

Walshes2015Richard and Debra Walsh

Richard and Debra Walsh are ordained ministers under The River Fellowship. They formed Shiloh House Ministries as an evangelistic 501(c) 3 in March, 2003, with a focus on missions, evangelism and ministry support for communities, as well as international outreach to orphans. Born and raised in Massachusetts, they moved to South Carolina in 2009 to expand their work and partner with Shiloh Place Ministries (SPM) also, where they became team members in 2007. The Walshes have served as prayer ministers and small group leaders volunteering with SPM. They are encouragers and love imparting The Father’s Love, and releasing healing with honor, into the lives of all they serve.

 

Bennets2015Charlie and Bonnie Bennett

Charlie and Bonnie moved from upstate New York in 2009 in order to be more centrally located to all their children, and get to warmer weather! They came into Shiloh Place just looking to do some volunteering, having heard some of our materials before.
Well next thing you know… they have become and integral part of our team. They lead in small groups as well help to keep schools organized.

 

Coons2015Roger and Shirley Coons

Shirley and I have been married for 16 years.  Together we have 9 children and 21 Grandchildren and 2 Great Grandchildren. We moved to the Myrtle Beach area last year. We serve on the board of Father’s House Church in Myrtle Beach.

For me, this journey started when he met Knobby and Nancy Nobles in the 90’s.  They would continually give me cassettes with Jack Frost’s teachings.  After listening to those cassettes and reading Jack’s books I tasted of the Fathers love and  knew I needed more.

While Shirley and I attended our first school in Myrtle Beach we were changed in ways that we couldn’t have imagined.  We attended a second school where we learned how we could experience Sonship and get rid of our orphan thinking. Then I went a Unbound school and experienced being set free from a number of things I did not realize were keeping me bound.

Shirley and I became Shiloh Team Members in 2014. We have enjoyed helping people that come to the schools.

 

Annette2015Annette Carle

Annette was an active member of the Shiloh Place team in the early 2000s. After having a few years of down time she has begun to jump back in. Annette is one of our “mothers” for sure.

Annette has experience in prayer ministry as well. She helps to lead small groups as well as participating in corporate ministry times and just generally loving on people.

10 thoughts on “Our Staff and Team

  1. Sick of Hurting says:

    No! It doesn’t change ANYTHING! I am an adult survivor of childhood sexual and physical abuse from my adopted father who adopted me at age 7 I was abused this way from the dad and several other men who raped and abused me for decades till I started trying to commit suicid, my real parents abandoned me when I was 3. I didn’t tell anyone until I was 43. When I did the church told me we do not help people like that in the church. I am all alone I want to goHome but God won’t let me. No body wants to help me and I have no money for help. I imagine in my heart of being with my Heavenly Father all the time but other than that that’s it. No body really loves anybody and they definitely don’t love me because everyone has turned me away. At least the church has. The world on the other hand wants to help me. But you know and I know that the world only has worldly things to help you with that would lead me away from God. So what am I to do? I can’t die and I can’t live. Now what do I do? I don’t expect an answer. No one ever writes back no one LOVES like Jesus loves. No one loves at all

    • Trisha Frost says:

      Well we do love and so does Jesus and His Father. You have had a life time of hurt that no one should ever have to endure…But you also have a choice to live as a victim or live as a Loved son…Doing the later means you need the courage to not just forgive but to move forward in purpose and not allow the pain of your past to hinder the plan that Father created you for. NOt going to be easy at all and I cant do ministry here but I might suggest that you try and come to one of our schools on the Father’s Love and just give Father God a chance to bring healing to your pain….What have you got to loose? Pain of your past? I pray for the courage and for the finances for this to happen for you.

      • Ann says:

        Why on Earth would you pray and not pay for this hurting man to actually come to one of your so called schools? It never ceases to amaze me how people who claim to work for God in this type of “ministry”exploit the very people they claim to want to help. So heartbreaking.

        • Doug Crew says:

          Ann,
          I have received your comment and I understand your concern. Allow me a moment to explain the situation as I realize it is difficult to see it fully from the outside.
          As a ministry we receive many comments, emails, calls like the comment you read.
          We can not possibly minister to all of those people and pay for them. We would not be able to keep the doors open. The more support we get the more we can do for free.

          We tried for over a year to develop schools that ran for free or very inexpensively so that everyone could come. The hope was that as we took up offerings the people that had money would compensate for those who did not. In short we lost money hand over fist and were forced to begin charging again. We played with the cost until we found the balance that allows us to pay for the schools and not lose money.
          We put lots of time and energy into the schools that we do. We also work to raise support in hopes that we can offer more scholarships. In fact we offer them as often as we can.

          The other consideration is travel. We can not possibly pay for people’s travel as well. That would leave us broke. So if someone like the person who commented simply wanted a scholarship that would be one thing but from their comment it appears they have no money to even get here. People often contact us for scholarships and many of them are desperate but they are willing to get here if we can help them with the cost of the school. And we do as we can.

          There is one more thing. That is understanding where people actually are. There are many people in these situations who when we find out more have been to tons of ministry and they either choose not to receive or they don’t really want healing they just want attention. Some of them are actually struggling with mental health issues. There are so many possible issues that it is very difficult to get to the bottom of it.
          So one strategy, since we are only 2 people full time and 1 part time is to engage them.
          If that person would have responded to Trisha with questions then we might see that they are serious and really want help. However, we find that there are many people out there that just want to let everyone know how bad they are hurting but are unwilling to take the necessary steps to get healing. If you ever look at Facebook you will know what I am talking about.

          In short, we do the best we can to help as many people as possible with the limited resources we have. Our website may make us look like a large organization with plenty of money but the truth is we are very small, over worked and pray to get a paycheck to keep going daily.

          So we would very much appreciate your prayer and support so that we can freely help people like the person in the comment.

          Thank you very much for taking the time to hear us.

          Blessings,

          Doug Crew

          • RL Wolfe says:

            The demands of Ministry is a reality few of us “layman” people are aware of. I very much appreciated reading Dougs reply

    • Pat Forrester says:

      Sweet Lady, You are not alone on feeling like no ones loves you. I feel the same way. Thing is God has people planted everywhere you go that really do. I think we have stopped hearing God and started listening more to the devil. Hard not to, this I know. But we have too. God won’t let us die, at moments we sure would like to, but God has a plan, and He won’t let us stop that plan, and that is to bless us. I just lost my husband of 50 years, and my phone never rings, I sit alone, thinking just like you, no one loves me, if they did the phone would ring. Don’t know if they will give you my email address, but I would love to show you love, and let you love me. Then we will know that you, me and Jesus love each other. Hope to hear from you. We need each other and together with Jesus we will walk out of all this and will give some hell back to the one who has given it to us.

  2. andy says:

    Hello Bros & Sisters ,i m just writing to send you a tag from the distance (Europe ) ,i hope see you as soon as possible in S.C. Amerika ,see you ,bro Andy my gsm is (0032465692134) THANKS

  3. Mauricio says:

    Hola soy Mauricio Rojas M, soy misionero Colombiano desarrollando ministerio en Barcelona España, quisiera recibir apoyo sobre los materiales del amor del Padre, es posible recibir el libro de la experiencia del abrazo del Padre en Español?

    • Doug Crew says:

      Mauricio,
      I am honestly not sure about the availability of Experiencing Father’s Embrace in Spanish. Our publishing company, Destiny Image Publishing, handles the foreign rights. Unless they have recently sold rights to a foreign publisher we do not have it in Spanish. You can find out by contacting Birch Blair though. His email address is bblair@norimediagroup.com.
      At least you notifying them can encourage them in creating a Spanish version of the book.
      Thank you!
      Doug

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