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ABOUT THE BOOK:

Find Security, Freedom, and Acceptance by Resting in the Father’s Love

 

People are always looking for identity and acceptance. Sadly, the search often leads to wrong places, wrong people, and wrong messages about who they are.

 

These restless journeys ultimately lead us to feeling frustrated, unloved, and unseen. The truth is you are already loved and accepted by your Heavenly Father!

 

Transition from living in Spiritual Slavery to Sonship, as you:

 

  • experience Father God’s love like never before—it stops being theology and becomes transformational encounter.

  • learn how to walk in peace, security, and rest—no matter what circumstances are against you.

  • break free from always feeling guilty, shameful, and condemned.

  • enjoy your spiritual inheritance as you walk in your true identity.

 

Drawing from Jack Frost’s adventures as a seafaring boat captain and his everyday experiences with church and family, you will quickly find yourself in this story.

 

Get ready to learn practical truths on how to root out lies about your identity and start living as a beloved child of God!

ABOUT THE AUTHORS:

Jack and Trisha Frost founded Shiloh Place Ministries in 1991. Before his passing, Jack and Trisha traveled worldwide ministering about God’s love and equipping leaders and ministry workers to help heal the brokenhearted. Jack Frost is survived by his wife and three adult children. Jack’s life, ministry, and words will continue to impact the generations to come through his prolific writing and teaching. Trisha and a team of more than 70 regularly conduct healing and restoration retreats.

 

PAPERBACKS PAPERBACKS
Deana Dick Penny Marks
Jeanie Dannheim Diane Higgins
Steve Hilton Jackie McNutt
Sonnetta Jones Lori Parrish
Becky Nyla Kay Wilkerson
Joan Boxell Mary Hake
Rebecca Phelps Cindy Augustine
Debra Gustitus Larry Goodale
Karen Ketcham Cheri Swalwell
Christie Hicks Marianne Barkman

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I loved the beginning of this book so much I became enthralled with the story. It starts off aboard a boat at sea. The temperature is in the 30s, but the sea seemed to be calm. In an instant the wind kicked up and sleet began to fall. The crew sprang to action to secure the boat. Now I know if by some slim chance I was on the boat, fear would have gripped me so hard I wouldn't have been of any use to anyone. The book asks the question , "What would your life be like without fear?" Many of us "Christians", seem to do everything right , but guess what sneaks in? Yes it is fear and it holds us back from fully committing to God and relying on Him for all our needs.

We all want to feel secure , yet we let little things stop us in our tracks instead of turning it over to God. When we are in the middle of a crisis we are so focused on the situation, we forget that we don't have to do this alone. I know I allow fear to overtake my life to a point where I stay secluded in my home. After all it is my security blanket . But am I really living? Am I truly trusting God? This book has been an inspiration to me and one I know I will refer to many times as I remember that "home is anywhere God is."

The author points out that when everything is going great we push God to the back burner. Once a crisis erupts, we run full throttle to Him pleading for help. When we get hurt by someone, we tend to build a wall around us. It is our protection from hurt, shame, rejection and other emotions that grabs us into fear. We must remember that we have a home with Jesus. He is our protector who loves us unconditionally . The book is so thought provoking and gives readers real experiences that we can all relate to. We need to embrace our inheritance, and stop living in fear . Out inheritance "is all wrapped up in the principles of honor and submission, of humbling yourself to become faithful with that which is another's , of getting underneath and pushing up, of serving unselfishly and wholeheartedly to build up another with no personal agenda or ulterior motives."

Thank you for writing a book that gets to the heart of the matter and sharing the truth with us. The book is very inspiring and one I will treasure.

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Spiritual Slavery to Sonship was exactly what God wanted me to read.  This book spoke directly to my heart and was the next step of what God was teaching me in my current spiritual journey.  It continued to help fit the pieces together for me in the puzzle that God has been working in my life.  I highly recommend this book.  It is one I’m savoring, enjoying slowly so that I can let the truths sink in.  The personal stories, the Biblical applications - they are helping me in my personal life as well as in my role as mother to try and not make the same mistakes I made in the past.  Great book - one I have already recommended to many and will continue to recommend as God whispers people on my heart who would also benefit from it, which is many people because as the author so adequately said, “we are all born with an orphan spirit” and God longs to fill us up.

 

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When I first picked this book up I was thinking that it would be a quick read. I was thinking I was already on board with all the teachings. Boy was I wrong! This book was a spiritual eye opener. As soon as I started reading it was as though God was speaking directly to me. I thought that I had been a faithful subject but realized that I was only turning to God when I needed him. I realize that I need to turn to God everyday not just in crisis. I need to let him show me not to let fear run my life. This book is truly a blessing and needs to be shared. I wish I had this book when my husband and I were raising our three boys. I would not have been so hard on myself. The biblical and personal stories are amazing throughout this book.
We all need to realize God is here for us through the good, the bad, and the ugly of our lives. We just need to trust in him and remember that he is our Father.
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This book deals with finding freedom in God's love.  It deals with overcoming fear, breaking free from guilt and enjoying your spiritual inheritance. We, as Christians, tend to believe lies Satan tells us, but the Frost's show how we can find freedom in God's love.  Jack and Trisha Frost write in an easy to read format.  They use personal stories (which I love) to illustrate what they're trying to portray.  This is an encouraging book.

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I received this book by accident and I am so glad I did!   I have posted my reviews on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Christianbook Club, Goodreads, and Deepershopping

Spiritual slavery to Sonship is an expanded edition of the book written by Jack Frost.

The main focus of this book is Jack Frost using his life experiences from childhood, as a commercial fishing boat captain and later as a pastor and speak to tell the reader about the difference between an orphan heart and a heart of sonship. His wife, Trisha, also writes in this book using her struggles of being his wife and the situation that lead to a change in their marriage.

The author points out in this book, that even though we may have accepted Christ, that does not mean we are living a fulfilled life. Often we cling to our orphan heart and live our lives turning to God only during hard times. With an orphan heart we do not feel there is a place we belong. We often believe we need to act, dress, talk and do the right thing in order to be loved and accepted. When we get to the point we are following God's mission instead of ours, we will have abundant life. We will feel fulfilled and satisfied here on earth.

I like this book. There were times I felt like God was speaking to me. I liked the stories the author tells us and how he uses them to get his point across to us. I especially liked the chapter written by Trisha Frost. Her story reminds us that there are times that we make decisions about what we are going to do with our lives and God will step in and guide us in another direction. I also like the addition of the chapter on The Ministry of Restitution. We all get hurt and we all hurt others sometime during our life and this has very good information for getting past the hurts.

I received a copy of the book from Book Club Network for an honest review.

I haven't received this book yet. I wasn't sure what I should do from here?!

Hi, I have not yet received my copy of this; Cheri was going to re-send my mailing address to you. Thank you!

Hi again, I still haven't received a copy of this - willing to take Kindle format ebook if that helps? Thanks!

I really loved this inspiring and encouraging book, that leads us to examine our relationship with God and how we view and serve Him.

It clearly explains who our Heavenly Father is, and helps us explore weather we are living as orphans or as children , because if we really know Him as our Heavenly Father, we can live in the securith of that.

I personally think this is one of the best books I have read , to help me understand who I am as God's daughter.

I highly recommend this book for personal or group study.

I received this book through The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest opinion.

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I know I am very late in reporting this news.  But I still have not received this book!

"Spiritual slavery to Sonship, your destiny awaits you" expanded edition is written by authors Jack and Trisha Frost. This Spiritual Growth, Personal Growth, Pentecostal & Charismatic paperback is 218 pages and published by Destiny Image.

Using childhood experiences and those from adult life, author Jack Front shows readers the difference in having an orphan heart and one of a child of God or as he calls it a heart of sonship. Frost was a fishing boat captain and then a pastor. He uses examples and stories to stress his point and make it easier to understand. His coauthor and wife, Trisha, is upfront about her struggles in an effort to help others.

The Frosts point out in their eleven chapter book that we cannot be ruled by fear. In the first chapter (No Fear!) they pose the question "what would your life be like if you have no fear?" They ask "do you rise up every morning feeling like a son or daughter secure and confident in your Father's love, and living to give that love to others?" They tell readers we need to live life experiencing God's love and to trust in Him. We need to put fear aside. Chapter seven (Orphan or Son) was probably my favorite. It talked about men and women referred to in the Bible. There are many times scripture refers to sons but not daughters. That doesn't mean woman are not loved or important. In Eternity we will all be called The Bride of Christ, men and women. The Frosts also talk about the difference there is in having an Orphan Heart and a Sonship Heart. Take the image of God for instance. Do you see Him as a Master to appease (Orphan Heart) or loving Father who loves unconditionally (Sonship Heart). Nineteen other topics are discussed and compared.

This entire inspiring book is designed to help readers draw closer to God. It was written to offer encouragement to people feeling hopeless, condemned, and unworthy. It gives readers ways to strengthen their daily Walk with God. Providing practical tools, such as turning to God in good times as well as bad, this is a wonderful book to share with anyone that needs a little help. I will definitely keep it handy and reread parts of it when I feel the need for uplifting.

I liked the authors' styles in writing this book. They were easy to read and understand. The person stories made the reading go faster and the book very interesting. Each chapter was organized and included scripture concluding with discussion questions. At the end of the book is an Appendix A contrasting the differences in an Orphan Heart and Heart of Sonship on the twenty subjects from chapter seven such as dependency, motive for service, self-image, expression of love, and future. Appendix B is The Ministry of Restitution. These are followed by information on Jack, now deceased, and Trisha Frost as well as some resources.

I would recommend this book. It is one that would be a good group study book especially with the questions at the end of each chapter and the material it covers. I rated this a 4 out of 5 stars. I received a copy of this book from The Book Club Network for my honest review. Reviews were posted on Amazon, B&N, Cbd.com, Deepershopping, Goodreads.com, and The Book Club Network.

I never received this book.

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