“I grew up a child of the '90s, which means I grew up watching the Home Alone movies. From an early age, I had the deep fear that I was going to star in a real-life Home Alone movie. And so, like Macauley Caulkin, I became a master of the booby trap. I would construct these elaborate traps with the primary unit of armor being a rubber band. I recalled this childhood fascination this past week as I found myself yet again thinking about Jesus’ teachings about money and possessions.” Garrett preaches on the parable of the dishonest manager.