The most recent chapter in the Forman story is, perhaps, well known to our readers. In 2003 Forman Christian College was denationalized and returned to its rightful owners, the Presbyterian Church. David Stoner, former Executive Director of the General Assembly, spent 8 years negotiating the return of the school. Dr. Peter Armacost, retired President of Eckerd College, was recruited as Rector to restart this historic college and renew its Christian mission. Both a Pakistani board and the Friends of Forman board were established to support the college from both sides of the globe. The Pakistani board was composed of local Christian leaders who helped the Rector run the affairs of the college similar to a board of trustees. The Friends of Forman supported the Rector and the college’s need for scholarships and capital projects by raising funds. The school was barely functioning when Armacost took over and yet it somehow had 3,500 students enrolled. Fourteen years later, we have more than 7,000 students with several new classroom buildings up and running, new and refurbished dormitories, a revamped infra-structure and a staff of over 1,000 people. What other school do you know that has doubled in a dozen or so years (while adding an elementary school as well)? This turn-around is practically miraculous.