Sermons by Brian Hammond

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The Heart Of A Thief

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Series: The Hour | Part: Two
As Jesus was dying on the cross, he had two thieves next to Him at the end of their own lives. The way they responded to Jesus revealed two different desires, and ultimately two different eternal outcomes.

Betrayed By A Friend

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Series: The Hour | Part: One
The story of Judas and his betrayal of Jesus shows us that sin always betrays us by taking us further than we ever imagine and never giving us what it promised.

Who’s Your One?

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One of the things that causes the most anxiety for Cristians has been our call to evangelism. But sharing our faith is not the impossible task that we often make it out to be. In this message, Pastor Brian presents three natural things that we can all do to begin sharing our faith with those around us.

What Love Requires

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Series: For South Lake | Part: Five
1 Corinthians 13 is the “Love Chapter” that is usually read at weddings to describe how spouses must love each other. But this was written for a bigger audience, it was to teach Christ’s church how to reach the world. And it is through such love that we can show others that God is FOR them.

When Faith Works

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Series: For South Lake | Part: Four
The end goal of Love is not to make a point, but to make a difference.  When this becomes our focus, the world can know us by what we are for and not just by what we are against.

Honor Everyone

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Series: For South Lake | Part: Three
Are we able to make our faith work through love in a way that does not compromise what Jesus stood for? Yes, because the problem is not so much about what we stand for, but how we stand for it.

Game Changer

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Series: For South Lake | Part: Two
Grace is the centerpiece of Christianity. But it does not dumb down the rules, instead, it changes the game and it actually raises the bar.

Jesus Is For

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Series: For South Lake | Part: One
The church is often known more for what we are against than what we are for. We seem to have an easier time seeing the wrong in others than looking at what’s true in us. Jesus and the early church showed us something different.

Going Public

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Baptism is one of the most widely recognized Christian ceremonies, even among those who are not followers of Christ. This sacrament, however, has taken different meanings and levels of significance over the last 2,000 years. Pastor Brian explains what our church believes Scripture tells us about Baptism in this message “Going Public.”