Let Us Pray (Part Four) | Brian Hammond – Only through discovering God’s will can we know how to pray according to his will.
Let Us Pray (Part Three) | Brian Hammond – Understanding what is the kingdom of God gives us clarity as to why we pray, “Your kingdom come.”
Let Us Pray (Part Two) | Brian Hammond – The first step in aligning our hearts to God through prayer is acknowledging who He is.
Let Us Pray (Part One) | Brian Hammond – Just as a child is immature in conversation, so are new believers immature in their conversation with God. Why pray with maturity, and does it matter? Jesus says it does.
Being Christian (Part Five) | Brian Hammond – Being a christian is not about blind faith, but discovering God’s truth and appropriately responding to it.
Being Christian (Part Four) | Brian Hammond – Pastor Brian dives into an often omitted and misunderstood passage from the pulpit in Matthew 7 as he continues the series in “being christian.”
Series: Being Christian | Part: Three
When in conflict, how is the Christian supposed to decide how much grace to show or how much truth to share?
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.
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.”
Series: Parables | Part: Four
This amazing parable is a challenge to those who think that God owes them something and an encouragement to those who think it might be too late for them to receive God’s grace.