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Christmas 1958

Dear Folks, As we approach Christmas, my mind is filled with memories of things in my life, which had their beginning during this season. On Tuesday night before Thanksgiving 1898, as a teenage boy in the home of my Sunday School teacher, I accepted Christ as my personal Savior. I gave my first public Testimony […]



The Forrest's Last Car

Dr. R.A. and Evelyn Forrest purchased their last car July 28, 1953, from Tabor Motor Co., Toccoa, Georgia The car title (notice it is in Mrs. R.A. Forrest’s name) Dr. R.A. Forrest, age 72, driving his 1953 Buick



Answered prayer for student who went to India by Dr. Forrest

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] In this audio tape, Dr. Forrest tells an amazing story about God’s faithfulness and one young woman’s desire to trust Him with her life and her future. Listen and discover how you also can trust God for want may seem to be impossible.



With God All Things Are Possible

With God All Things Are Possible

By Dr. R. A. Forrest The president of the United States and the governor of Georgia asked that Friday, March 8, be a day of prayer. Doubtless thousands prayed, and I believe we will hear of miraculous things as a result of the request of thousands. However, not all the prayers spoken were “availing much.” […]



Love Letters to Home

Love Letters to Home

Editor’s Note: In 1936 during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, Richard Forrest was away from home on a “round the world” trip. Evelyn had been scheduled to travel with him but an accident—a slip on a bedroom rug—earlier that year prevented her from going. She had gone with him in 1930, but she would never […]



Somebody Knows You, a Poem by Dr. R.A. Forrest

Somebody Knows You, a Poem by Dr. R.A. Forrest

Sombody Knows You Somebody knows when your heart aches And everything seems to go wrong. Somebody knows when the shadows need Chasing away with a song. Somebody knows when you’re lonely, Tried, discouraged, and blue. Somebody wants you to know Him And to know that he dearly loves you. Somebody knows when you’re weakest, Somebody […]



Richard A. Forrest's Divine Provision for Bible School

Richard A. Forrest's Divine Provision for Bible School

“Richard Forrest’s life was characterized by his venturing out, in faith, and without funds, whenever he has felt the Lord’s definite leading. So it was going to Bible school. “It happened that Richard had only carfare to Nyack, New York, where he felt that he had been called to get the Bible training he needed. […]



Richard and Evelyn "Going Steady"

Richard and Evelyn "Going Steady"

“During the first part of Richard’s stay at Nyack, Evelyn Drennan was also one of the students. By this time, the two were ‘going steady.’ Although sweethearts, they agreed on and engaged in a form of rigid self-discipline and did not take advantage of the privileges granted engaged couples. This was a lesson, which aided […]



The Beginning of Their Love

“HE LEFT ALL, ROSE UP, AND FOLLOWED HIM.” Luke 5:28 “It was a hot Sunday afternoon. Richard’s father was sitting near an open window, reading a newspaper. Richard had decided to join to of his friends in running a tent meeting sixteen miles away in New Castle, Delaware. His mother had already packed his telescope […]



The Life Story of Richard Forrest

Achieving The Impossible with God Richard Alexander Forrest co-founder of Toccoa Falls College was born on July 14, 1881, in Wilmington, Delaware. He was one of four children in the Forrest household. His father Richard A. Forrest, Sr. was a factory worker, whose family was from Scotland. His mother Elizabeth Hagan Forrest was Irish and […]



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