What are the presuppositions that drive your decisions? In the third study of our Apologetics Series, Pastor Bunjee Garrett examines the Presuppositional approach to Christian Apologetics, which will help us to reach those who are suppressing the truth about God.
Are you building your life upon the solid foundation of the Lord Jesus Christ? Or are you still building your life on the faulty foundation of your own efforts? In this study through 1st Peter, Pastor Bunjee Garrett helps us to see that every Christian who embraces the instructions of God’s word has become a living stone in the spiritual house of God.
Have you damaged your reputation? If so, then you’ll be happy to know that there’s still time to receive a righteous reputation. In this study from Hebrews chapter 11, Pastor Bunjee Garrett teaches us how the believer who walks by faith will receive a righteous reputation.
Do you embrace the word of God, even when it opposes your opinions? Or are you quick to reject the sections of scripture that contradict your point of view? In this study from 1 Kings chapter 13, Pastor Bunjee Garrett teaches on the importance of embracing God’s prophetic word.
Are you a dedicated disciple of Christ or are you a Phony Follower?
In this study through Hebrews chapter 10, “Phony Followers”, Pastor Bunjee Garrett addresses the issues that arise when people in the church walk away from the Lord.
What’s good about Good Friday? Thousands of years ago, Jesus suffered and was crucified on the cross for our sins. The suffering of Jesus was not only physical, but He also suffered the emotional pain of relational rejection. This means that Jesus, God the Son, is able to relate to humankind and our sufferings. He suffered the most on the cross for us. Before the foundation of the world was created, God made this plan because of His love for us and so that we would be saved. The goodness of God was shown through Jesus’ death on this Good Friday.
In this study, “The Arrogance of Selfish Ambition,” we will learn that the Lord’s love leads us through Reject the Righteous Word, Reject the Rebuke of Leaders, and Reject the Right-Hand of Fellowship.