March 24, 2023
Season 4 - Episode 7
Pastors, The Pulpit & Prophetic Zeal - A Biblical Worldview in America
Bishop Garland Hunt
Dr. Martin Luther King Junior once warned that the church was in danger of losing its prophetic zeal. It would become nothing more than an irrelevant social club.
This week #TheBassSisters talk with Bishop Garland Hunt about why it is important for Christians to be bold and counter-cultural in the face of an aggressive “progressive” agenda that started with redefining marriage and has turned to redefine the definition of the word “woman.”
Bishop Hunt issued a mighty challenge for pastors to stop being MORE influencers and politicians think than what God thinks.
Read Bishop Hunt’s latest commentary on BPALiveWire - We Desperately Need a Biblical Worldview.
Bishop Garland Hunt
Garland R. Hunt , an Atlanta native, is a proven strategic leader with a dynamic ministry background and extensive experience in leadership, management, and pastoral care.
After completing a B.A. from Howard University in 1980 and J.D from Howard University Law School in 1983, he served as a judicial law clerk and staff attorney with the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
In 1993, he founded the Raleigh International Church; an influential ministry with the mission of reconciliation in Raleigh, NC. As senior pastor, Garland grew the church from the ground up. At the time of his departure in 2000, the church was thriving with well over 500 active members attending weekly. Hunt moved from Raleigh, NC back to his hometown of Atlanta GA to serve as executive pastor of the Father’s House. He also acted as chief operating officer of the church, while providing leadership development and training to staff and members.
His executive leadership spans some 28 years, with the Fellowship of International Churches, Wellington Boone Ministries, and New Generation Campus Ministries. He has served in many state and national leadership roles. In 2004, he was appointed to the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles by Governor Sonny Purdue and served as chairman of the Parole Board in 2006. In 2010, Hunt was commissioner of the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice. In 2011, he served as president of Prison Fellowship.
In March 2015, Bishop Wellington Boone installed Bishop Hunt as Senior Pastor of the Father’s House. Each week, Bishop Hunt demonstrates his pastor’s heart through his passionate preaching and vibrant leadership.
In case you were wondering… Bishop Hunt is a die-hard Falcons and Hawks fan!