Revd Dr. Rob Frost (27 April 1950 – 11 November 2007) was an English Christian evangelist, broadcaster and author who founded the Share Jesus International missionary agency. He was national evangelist for the Methodist Church from 1986 to 2007.
His first ministerial posting was for three churches in the Pontefract area in 1975 before moving to Tooting, London, in 1979, from where he went on to continue his Methodist ministry around south London. Following gaining his PhD from King's College London in 1995, he lectured in mission and evangelism at London School of Theology and several other theological institutions throughout the U.K.
Broadcasting and media
Death and legacy
Frost was diagnosed with skin cancer in June 2007 and began treatment. He was taken into hospital on Wednesday 7 November 2007, as his condition worsened and shortly later died from liver failure as a result of a secondary melanoma.