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 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.

New Year New Life

Sir Edwin Landseer was one of the most famous painters of the Victorian era. His talent developed early, and he had the first showing of his work at the Royal Academy when he was just thirteen years old. He was commissioned to do a number of official portraits of the royal family, and even gave…

Deliverance Has Come

Stanley Praimnath, Vice President for Fuji Bank, was in his office in the South Tower at the World Trade Center when his phone rang. “Are you watching the news?’ asked a woman in their Chicago office. “Are you alright?” “I’m fine” he said wondering why she had called. Just then he turned to gaze out…

The Light has Come

Near New Brunswick Canada there is a church building on Deer Island that for many years has served as a physical lighthouse to the fishermen of that community. The Building is similar to any turn of the century Church building, but it is the location of the building that makes it ideal as a lighthouse….

As it is in Heaven……

Most of us are guilty of hearing far more than we do. We know what we ought to do but fail to execute on the knowledge we possess. As one man said, “We’re educated far beyond our own obedience.”Someone once compared listening without doing to auditing a class in college. As an auditor, you enroll…

Nothing But Manna

One of the bigger temptations for maturing Christians is the danger of getting accustomed to God’s blessings. Like the world traveler who has been everywhere and seen everything, there is a danger of taking his blessings for granted and getting so accustomed to them that they fail to excite us as they once did. Emerson…