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Sermons

 Forest Park takes seriously our responsibility to equip Christians to genuinely live out their faith, love as Christ loved, and serve with a great attitude! In this section of the website you will find resources to help you do just that. These materials are drawn from our weekly class sessions and sermon series, and cover a wide range of subjects critical to fulfilling the call of Christ. Sign up on the right to know when we add more.

God’s Love and Ours

When David finally became king over all Israel, one of the first items of business was to inquire if there were any left of Saul’s house or family. Normally, this would be bad news for the former king’s family because the new ruler customarily killed all remaining relatives to remove the threat of any heirs…

Family Contentment

The story is told of a rich industrialist who was disturbed to find a fisherman sitting lazily beside his boat. “Why aren’t you out there fishing?” he asked. “Because I’ve caught enough fish for today,” said the fisherman. “Why don’t you catch more fish than you need?’ the rich man asked. “What would I do…

A Clean Fight in a Dirty World.

Every generation takes its turn living on the seismic fault-line where past and present meet together. When cultural pressure builds high enough the foundations of society begin to shake, and it seems that the upheaval between old and new has never been so fast and violent as it is today. Change is the order of…

From Jude With Love!

John Phillips once told the story of a young Indian brave in New Mexico that fell in love with a young girl.This created a problem since she lived on the other side of the reservation and the distance between them was significant. In order to communicate with each other, they revived the ancient tradition of…

Following From Death To Life

Without question the most influential man in history is Jesus. Even if you measure greatness based simply on what others said about him he has no equal. He had no servants. Yet they called Him Master. He had no degree. Yet they called Him Teacher. He had no medication. Yet they called Him Healer. He…