Are you fleeing from idolatry? Or are you secretly serving your idols? In this study from 1st Kings chapter 16, Pastor Bunjee Garrett teaches on the importance of keeping the Lord first in our lives.
Are you encouraged as you read God’s word? Or do you dread reading the Bible? In this study from 1st Kings chapter 15, Pastor Bunjee Garrett helps us to see how the study of the scriptures will provide encouragement to those who are walking by faith.
Are you struggling with the consequences of a sinful decision? Are you wondering why God is letting you deal with it, rather than taking it from you? In this study on 1 Kings chapter 14, Pastor Bunjee Garrett teaches on the consequences of unrepentant sins.
Do you value children the same way that Jesus values children? In this study from Mark chapter 10, our children’s ministry leader, Josh Caskey examines how important children are to Jesus.
Does the end justify the means? Will sinful shortcuts help us to achieve godly goals? In this study from 1st Kings chapter 9, Pastor Bunjee Garrett addresses the problems that arise, when Christians engage in carnal compromise.
Bunjee Garrett, Pastor of Calvary South Austin, teaches a verse by verse overview through the book of 2 Samuel.
Bunjee Garrett, Pastor of Calvary South Austin, teaches a verse by verse overview through the book of 1 Samuel.
In this three part series, “The Real War on Christmas”, Pastor Bunjee Garrett teaches on the Consumer Contradiction of Christmas.
In light of the recent tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary, Pastor Bunjee Garrett looks at the tough topic of why evil exists and answers the questions; Does God make evil things happen? Why does God allows evil things to happen? Why does God allow the evil of this world to effect children?
Find out what happens when King David ignores God’s word on Justice and follows the unwise guidance of others.
When it comes to parenting, we have a lot to learn. In this study we can learn from King David’s bad parenting problems. We’ll learn the pitfalls of having The Wrong Relational Example, The Wrong Punishment Principle, and The Wrong Familial Pedestal.