He impacted Jack & I so much!

by jackanddiane on April 2, 2012

We would like to send our heartfelt condolences to Paula and their daughters/family. When we first moved to Nashville 11 years ago, we got a postcard in the mail from BCC and we were going through what seemed to be a living hell at the time.

Dr. Foster was one of the most impacting Pastors for us at that dark time and he continued to teach us, tell us the truth about the gospel, and inspire us for all these years.

Although we were already Christians, we are forever grateful for the way he led us to the application of the word of God in our day-to-day lives. We can only imagine the multitudes of people that must feel the same way we do.

A job well done, Pastor Foster! Rest in peace and enjoy your rewards!!! Jack & Diane


“You don’t know God is all you need until God is all you have.” This comment that Dr. Foster made one Sunday morning still resonates with me. Sunday mornings will never be the same. David’s delivery of the Message is a reason for my faith. I will miss you.

by Chad Walker on April 3, 2012 at 7:26 am. Reply #

Amen, Chad!

by jackanddiane on April 3, 2012 at 10:32 am. Reply #

Never has a human being been more prepared to meet God than David Foster. Every time I had the privilege of hearing his message of God’s love for all of us “messy” people, I believed what he was saying. David showed me what faith looked and felt like because he modeled it. He was a great teacher.

In 2000, when my marriage was falling apart, I received a postcard in the mail about a new “teaching series” on marriage at a church called BCC. I hadn’t attended church in a long time because I never felt at “home”. David Foster changed that. After experiencing David’s message, I left with a new outlook on my life and the possibilities and hope for the future. Every Sunday after that, I couldn’t wait to get up and go to church. I never left a service without being uplifted, inspired, hopeful and ready to live my life in a way that would make God proud of me.

I was blessed to have David baptize me in September 2007 and to marry my son and my daughter-in-law in June 2010. I am going to miss him so much, and there will be such a void without him.

Paula, I am so sorry.

by Vicki Stein on April 3, 2012 at 6:09 pm. Reply #

David Foster was an amazing individual who really touched the life of my mother, Vicki Stein, and my wife and myself. In June 2010 he married my wife and I in Smryna, TN on a sultry 90+ degree day. I was sweating profusely and anxiously awaiting the bride to walk down the aisle and begin the journey of life together. As I trembled on center stage, David began cutting up a little with me, and calmed me down. His service was a one of a kind experience, with humor and life lessons. I will forever remember this day as one of the happiest in my life and David and Paula played a big part in this enjoyment.
A true reflection of the man was that Carli and I weren’t regular attendees of his church, but he still headed our ceremony at the request of my mother and upon a meeting with us. I have attended many services with my mother, and I always left feeling a refreshing feel for life and knowing God and Jesus will always be with us. I know that this holds true for David.
Our wishes are with his family.

by Jason Youngman on April 3, 2012 at 6:33 pm. Reply #

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