FAQ's About Forshia
Does Forshia have a church?
We get this
question a lot. Forshia and her husband Eric are members of Faith
Fellowship Foursquare Church, 647 Douglas Street, Uxbridge, MA 01569.
She does not pastor a church of her own, per se, though she is a licensed
minister and one of the pastors at Faith Fellowship Church.
Can we talk to Forshia?
Please understand that Forshia's time is limited to fulfilling her
speaking, writing, and ministering schedule. It is best to contact our
office at 1.800.533.8854 for information, prayer, or requests for
speaking engagements. We can also better serve you through our Contact form. We strive to be prompt in answering. She loves to receive
correspondence through snail mail. Write her at: Treasures from the
Heart, P.O. Box 717, Glendale, RI 02826. Thank you for understanding.
Does Forshia have children?
Yes, she and her husband Eric have 2 children, Tiffany and Dax, and 6
grandchildren. Her daughter lives out of state and her son lives near
How did Forshia wind up in Rhode Island?
Forshia's husband, Eric, is a retired Air Force Major. Stationed at
Andrews AFB in Maryland in 1980 and later the Pentagon, they continued
to live in the DC area until 1994 when her husband took a job in
Woonsocket, RI. And, that, my friends, is how she got here. Forshia's
father was an Army Master Sergeant, so she has lived many places
throughout her lifetime.
What is Forshia's Biblical training?
Forshia received the Lord in 1978 and began to diligently seek God's
guidance in her daily life through the Word of God and the Holy Spirit.
She not only attended church faithfully but also attended Bible
studies, especially Kay Arthur Bible studies. She found as she applied
the principles of God's Word, her daily life began to change for the
better. In 1990 when the Lord led her to start a Bible study of her own
in her home, she applied for a Biblical correspondence course from
Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA (700 Club). She is a continuous
student of the Word, believing that the Holy Spirit is the greatest
teacher and will use whom He chooses. In
2007 she studied to receive her Minister's District License from the
International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. She now holds an
International License with Foursquare, as well, and was ordained in 2011.
What study resources does Forshia use?
The Bible, of course, in several translations and a couple of paraphrases: The New International Version, The Amplified, The King
James Version, The Living Bible, and The Message. She consults others
from time to time. Her most important tool other than the Bible is the
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance. She consults two commentaries:
Commentary on the Whole Bible by Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown and the
International Bible Commentary by F. F. Bruce. She also consults an
International Dictionary of the Bible by J. D. Douglas and Merrill C.
Tenney. She finds gleaning from her older 1963 World Book dictionary
more helpful than modern day dictionaries. She also finds the meanings
more pure and often examples are listed using scripture. She encourages
Bible students to purchase an older version of a regular dictionary to
use in their studies; printed around or before 1960.