Mark Frost (Managing Partner)
Mark Frost spent 34 years preaching for a congregation in metropolitan Detroit. For eight of those years, he also served as an elder. In that time, he has encountered many of the typical challenges, struggles and conflicts that face leaders in growing churches. He retired from full-time ministry in May 2012.
For the last thirteen years David has served as Professor of Bible and Communication, Special Assistant to the President at Lipscomb University and Executive Director of the Thomas H. Olbricht Christian Scholars’ Conference whose mission is “To create and nurture an intellectual and Christian community that joins individuals and institutions to stimulate networks of civil discourse and scholarly collaboration.”
Brent Isbell was born and raised in Texas. He spent 33 years preaching for churches in Texas—the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, Houston, and most recently Abilene. Brent sensed a call from God early in life to serve local churches. He earned degrees from Abilene Christian University (BA in Finance, Master of Religious Education, Master of Divinity) and Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Doctor of Ministry).
Grady D King has preached for almost 35 years with six years in youth ministry in Grand Prairie, TX. He began preaching in Austin, TX, followed by Muskogee, OK, Mansfield, TX and Irving, TX. He is the co-leader of HOPE Network Ministries and is serving as the Director of Church Resources at OCU.
Rob has served as a preaching minister for over thirty years … in churches from 60 to 1,000 members … in the cities of Nashville, Houston, Milwaukee, and Chicago. He and his wife, Judy, also spent five years planting and leading a small missional congregation in downtown Nashville.
Rodney Plunket holds a MDiv from Harding School of Theology and a PhD from Durham University (England). He has served churches in Tennessee, Texas, Alabama, New Zealand, and England. He is a Gallup Certified CliftonStrengths coach. Since retiring from full time ministry, he serves as an IMP representative.