Born Portsmouth, England.
Frederick Albert Tatford became Contractors Director of the British Atomic Energy Authority, where he was involved in the same European Project as several other believers from France and elsewhere. On one occasion he was invited as a delegate to the “famous breakfast” with the President of the United States. As the meal was about to begin, the minister who was supposed to give thanks for the food could not be found. Suddenly the remark was made: “But couldn’t Mr. Tatford be invited to ask God’s blessing in such circumstances?” He remained active in his service for the Lord right until the end, undertaking Bible teaching tours all over the world (including several visits to countries behind the Iron Curtain) and visits to missionaries in Africa. He was president of several Christian organizations, notably “The prophetic Witness Movement” and societies for evangelizing the Jewish people. He found time to write over 70 books, many of which are Biblical commentaries, and he had just completed a revised edition of his work on Revelation, as well as the enormous task of a series of ten volumes, in cooperation with “Echoes of Service,” on the work of assembly missionaries throughout five continents.
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