Sermons by Brian Hammond

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Redemptive Judgment

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Series: Being Christian | Part: Two
“Christianity is too judgmental.”  We all have heard that argument as a reason some choose not to follow Jesus.  But what if the real reason many feel that way is not because we ARE judging, but it is that we are judging the WRONG people in the WRONG way?  In the second message in the “Being Christian” series, Pastor Brian explains how choosing to NOT JUDGE each other is actually choosing to NOT LOVE each other.

Defining The Undefined

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Series: Being Christian | Part: One
“Christian” is a word that is full of passion, opinions and convictions, drawing some and repelling others.  But how do we define a label that Jesus never used and how do you use that definition to shape our lives to look like Jesus with any kind of consistency among those who believe?  How would Jesus define what “being Christian” looks like?  Pastor Brian answers that question in Part One of the series “Being Christian.”

I Am The Vine

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Series: I Am Jesus | Part: Four
When Jesus said he was the vine, he also said that we are the branches which are to bear fruit. In this message, Pastor Brian explains how this fruit is both a result and a response of abiding in the vine who is Jesus.

I Am The Way, The Truth, And The Life

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Series: I Am Jesus | Part: Three
One of the most polarizing statements Jesus ever made was “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” Many find this statement to be an offensive and arrogant claim of Christianity, but maybe it is our misunderstanding of who Jesus is that leads us to mischaracterize this statement. Continuing the “I Am Jesus” series, Pastor Brian dives into this statement by first answering the question “Jesus is the way to what?”

I Am The Light of The World

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Series: I Am Jesus | Part: Two
We all have parts of us that we would rather keep secret, but Jesus wants to shine his light into all areas of our lives not to shame us, but to set us free.