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Archive for 2009

Dr. and Mrs. Forrest's Trip to Palestine, Part 1

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The Principle of Giving

The Principle of Giving

The true secret of giving must begin with a whole-hearted surrender to Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 8:5). [The Corinthian’s] giving sprang from entire consecration and this must ever be the fountain of our liberality. You remember the three things, which the Corinthian Church lacked were love, unity, and personal holiness. They were not lacking in […]

Evelyn’s London

It was May 3,1930 and the first time Evelyn Forrest had flown in an airplane. She and husband Richard (co-founders of Toccoa Falls College) were flying from Paris, France to London, England. Recently, I had the opportunity to retrace her steps, especially through the center part of the city. What fun it was to think […]

A Warning Against Losing Faith

Faith is the only hand we have to grasp Jesus and His Word. Faith has always been and always will be the point of Satan’s attack, from Eden to the Gates of Paradise above. Who is ignorant of the assault of Satan upon the Deity of our Lord, and the inspiration of His Word? Hold […]

One of Her Favorite Things

When Evelyn Forrest began planting flowers at Toccoa Falls, one of the first ones she considered was wisteria. She loved the fragrance of the flower, especially on spring evenings when opened windows naturally ventilated Forrest Cottage with cool mountain breezes. Her efforts yielded quite a bounty. Today college lawn crews work diligently to contain the […]

Favorite Photo of Dr. and Mrs. Forrest

This is one of my favorite photos of Dr. and Mrs. Forrest. Her niece Mrs. Betty Rhinehart gave it to me several years ago during a visit to her home in Punta Gorda, Florida. I had the opportunity to sit for hours talking with this dear woman who remembered Uncle Richard as a very godly […]

Letter to Kelly and Alice Barnes, March 3, 1930

Letter to Kelly and Alice Barnes, March 3, 1930

Editor’s note: This letter was written by Mrs. Forrest to Kelly and Alice Barnes, March 3, 1930, while she and Dr. Forrest were in Africa. My dear Alice and Kelly, Many times in the early morning, I have thought it would be much better to have Central time at Toccoa instead of Eastern Standard, now […]

Richard & Evelyn Forrest

Richard & Evelyn Forrest

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Letter dated April 12, 1937

Editor’s note: Sanatorium referred to in the letter means hospital Back to Evelyn Forrest’s Letters and Diary Entries

Evelyn Forrest's Trip to Palestine

Evelyn Forrest's Trip to Palestine

Editor’s note: The diary that contained the Forrest’s trip to Africa in 1930 was recently discovered and we want to share it with you now. Dr. and Mrs. Forrest left Toccoa on February 3, 1930. The diary that you have been reading each week actually follows this one. During a recent search of the archives […]