Robert A. Cook

Robert A. Cook was a pastor, writer, evangelist, and leader in the evangelical Church. In addition to ministering in local congregations, he served as president of Youth for Christ International in the 1940s and 1950s and then went on to lead The King's College in Briarcliff Manor, New York. He also led the National Associaton of Evangelicals and the National Religious Broadcasters and served as chaplain for his local police force and firefighters. He was married to Coreen and father to three daughters. 

Information gathered from "Biography of Dr. Robert A. Cook" (2008). Walk with the King. Retrieved from

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Herald of Holiness - June 19, 1957

Stephen S. White
Gideon B. (Gideon Brooks) Williamson
James P. McGraw
Carl W., Jr., Gray
Donald S. Metz
Robert A. Cook
Alice Hansche Mortenson
Katherine Bevis
Frances B. Erickson
Ralph L. Moulton
Vera Walters
J. W. Farris
First page of the Herald.

01 On Being a Diplomat, General Superintendent Williamson
03 Why Be a Nazarene? James McGraw
04 Our Risen Lord and the Christian Sabbath, Carl W. Gray, Jr.
05 "Mine Hour Is Not Yet Come,” Donald S. Metz
06 What About Hollywood Movies? Robert A. Cook
07 Thou Leddest Thy Flock Alice Hansche Mortenson
08 A Backward Glance and a Forward Look at Freedom, Katherine Bevis
08 Deliverance Frances B. Erickson
09 Erosion of the Soul, Ralph L. Moulton
10 Let's Practice Cheerfulness, Vera Walters

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