Ephesians 5: 1-2
“Be ye therefore followers of God, as dear children. Walk in love, as Christ also has loved us, and hath given himself for us an offering and sacrifice to God for a sweet smelling Savior.”
It takes money to preach the Gospel especially if we are talking in terms of the church light bill, the rent or mortgage, telephone, tape ministry, gas for the church van, etc. it is often that we turn on the religious station to be asked to be a partner of a ministry or to give a onetime donation to support this or that ministry. Although, that’s good and right but we rarely see the spotlight on the ministers who are preaching the gospel minus the pay check, the camera lights, and all the glitter that can accompany a big successful church. But there is one who I would like to ink and give color to; his name is Pastor Kenneth Frame.
Pastor Frame preaches and teaches in over a dozen of Florida State prison systems, he is face to face with inmates that have committed violent crimes, such as rape, murder, and theft.
Although he did not have the opportunity to experience the blessing of a Christian home early in his life, through acquaintances with Christian friends he came to know God’s love and the salvation available to him through Jesus Christ. He accepted Him as his Savior and Lord.
During his life as a saved man he has dedicated his life to the gospel and continually strive to proclaim the Good News of God’s love, to help others encounter Him, and to lead them to Christ from the jails to the prisons and on the street corners, to visit the sick in the hospital and the elderly in the nursing homes, where ever God sends him, that’s his mission to save souls and nurture their spiritual development, to enable them to discover their spiritual gifts, and to equip them for effective ministry.
He is the founder of Tallahassee on Patrol for Safety and the founder of the Smiles program that helps children of all ages who are in various hospitals during the Christmas holidays where he sings and gives the children teddy bears to bring smile to a hurting child’s face.
Pastor Frame was ordained a Deacon in 1980. He was ordained a Minister in 1999 and an Elder in 2000. Also, he serves as an ordained Volunteer Chaplain for the Department of Corrections where he serves in over 13 State Prisons in the State of Florida.
Pastor Frame is also an Honorary Deputy Sheriff with the Leon County Sheriff’s Department and Works at the Tallahassee Police Department as a Parking Enforcement Technician.
Pastor Frame is also a Police Chaplin for the Quincy Police Department. Nevertheless, Pastor Frame does so much more for the community to reach the lost, marriage counseling, and restoring broken homes.
Pastor Frame is married to a beautiful wife, Patricia Barkley-Frame. He has two biological children, a stepson and seven grandchildren.
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