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I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me.’ … And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.’ Matthew 25:36, 40
If a person’s life had to be summed up in one scripture, this is the scripture that sums up Frank Lattimore’s life.
Frank’s missionary ministry involvement included Pastoring, Bible teaching, jail and prison ministry, Camp Director and various children’s ministries. All of which were an outlet for his heart’s desire for reaching the lost for Christ.
His passion for evangelism was matched only by his commitment to prayer. Frank understood the power and importance of prayer. Even in the midst of losing his battle with cancer, Frank prayed. If he knew you, he prayed for you. He wept not for himself, but for all of you; seeking God on your behalf.
Frank’s final plea is this: For those of you who know Christ, go deeper. For those of you who don’t, seek Him while He can be found.
Frank was born in Wood River, IL to Henry and Mary Jo Lattimore. He grew up mainly in New Jersey and Illinois. Frank Graduated from Lyons Township High School in LaGrange, IL in 1973 and attended College of Dupage. Frank trusted Christ at the age of 19 and enter Bible School. After graduating from Grand Rapids School of the Bible and Music in 1979, He married Daphnie Kennedy in July of ’79. In 1980, Frank and Daphnie began full time ministry with InFaith. Over the 39 years of his ministry, Frank pastored three churches and did various other missionary ministries.
Frank is survived by his spouse, Daphnie and his daughter Leah (Seth Biek), and his son, Nathanael (Katherine) and nine granddaughters and one grandson, Two brothers, Jack (Sue) Lattimore, Dan (LeeAnn) Lattimore, and two sisters, Maureen Lattimore and Susan Lattimore.
Visitation will be Thursday, October 18, 2018, from 6-8 PM at Day Bible Chapel, 9305 Centerline Rd, Saranac, MI. Funeral Service will be held Friday, October 19, 2018 at 2 PM at Shiloh Community Church, 8197 Heth St, Orleans, MI.
Gifts can be given in memory of Frank to: Day Bible Chapel PO Box 594 Saranac MI 48881; The Gideons; Positive Solutions Informed Choices PO Box 233 Ionia MI 48846
Cards and envelopes can be picked up in the entryway at the services.
Day Bible Chapel
PO Box 594, Saranac MI 48881
P.O. Box 97251, Washington DC 20090
Positive Solutions Informed Choices
1617, 330 Lovell St, Ionia MI 48846