What is the source of the spiritual strength that enables us to rejoice in our suffering? In this study from 1st Peter chapter 5, Pastor Bunjee Garrett helps us to understand how our spiritual strength will increase through suffering.
What does it mean to be “successful”? How do you measure success? In this study from 1st Peter chapter 4, Pastor Bunjee Garrett helps the believer to understand how the suffering of the Saint is the evidence of spiritual success.
Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people? Why does He allow His people to suffer? In this study from 1st Peter chapter 3, Pastor Bunjee Garrett examines the suffering of our Savior as evidence that God has a perfect plan for the suffering He allows.
Are you standing at the foot of the cross ready to sacrifice your desires? Or are you hiding your faith, so that you don’t have to suffer? In this study, from Hebrews chapter 13, Pastor Bunjee Garrett teaches on the Sacrifices of a Saint.
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 Persecution Problem”, Pastor Bunjee Garrett leads us through a verse by verse teaching that shows us how the Lord will solve the persecution problem by Condemning the Corrupt, Vindicating the Valiant, and Refreshing the Righteous.
Bunjee Garrett, Pastor of Calvary South Austin, teaches a verse by verse overview through the book of 2 Corinthians.
In this study, “Connection Test”, Pastor Bunjee Garrett leads us through a verse by verse teaching that shows how our connections with Christ is confirmed through the Pressure Test, the Power Test, and the Patience Test.