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Discipling men of all ages to be faithful followers of Jesus Christ.

You can grow in faith alongside other godly men.

The Spirit has the power to transform your thoughts and actions, and a faithful community of believers is a great place to grow as a disciple of Jesus. Explore discipleship opportunities for men at Highland Park Baptist Church and grow in your knowledge and love of Christ

Bible Studies

New Bible studies begin September 2022

Living in Hard Places: A Study Through the Life of Moses

Moses spent the majority of his life living in difficult circumstances – actually, he spent two-thirds of his life in the desert. Yet, God used these challenging and strenuous years to shape, mold, and develop Moses. He became the mediator of the Old Covenant and God specifically chose him to deliver the Israelites from slavery. This man of action, combined with his hot temper, made some poor choices and Moses paid the consequences for his sin. But, as we read in Hebrews 11, Moses ultimately lived his life trusting in the Lord! There are tremendous lessons of faith that we can learn from Moses – most importantly, how to be a man of God as we journey through life living in hard places. Men, join us this Fall on Tuesday mornings at 6:30 in the Fellowship Hall as we study through the life of Moses.


Do you desire to nurture your relationship with Jesus Christ? Grow in knowledge of God’s Word and learn to walk daily life as a Christ-centered disciple? We have great opportunities for one-on-one life mentoring by mature believers for you to join. We also offer small groups where men study God’s Word, pray together, and challenge one another in obedience to Christ.
These discipleship groups are led by men in our church that meet at various times throughout the week. Please fill out and submit the information sheet to get started, and we will follow up with you.

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Andy Rist
Pastor of Spiritual Formation

Andy Rist serves as the Pastor of Spiritual Formation at Highland Park Baptist Church. He desires, by the strength and guidance of the Holy Spirit, to “present every man complete in Christ.” (Col 1:28-29)

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