Can My Convictions Be Different Than Others? Q&A with Pastor Mac Hammond

Pastor Mac Hammond Q&A. Does it say somewhere in the Bible that people can righteously judge? Also is there just one conviction? I feel like my conviction is way different that someone else’s.


About Mac Hammond

Mac Hammond is senior pastor of Living Word Christian Center, a nondenominational church located in Brooklyn Park (a suburb of Minneapolis), Minnesota. Pastor Hammond also hosts the Winner's Minute and the Winner's Way television broadcasts and has authored several internationally distributed books . Mac Hammond is broadly acclaimed for his ability to apply the principles of the Bible to practical situations and the challenges of daily living. Mac Hammond graduated from Virginia Military Institute in 1965 with a Bachelor's degree in English. Upon graduation, he entered the Air Force with a regular officer's commission and reported for pilot training at Moody Air Force Base in Georgia. Mac received his wings in November 1966, and subsequently served two tours of duty in Southeast Asia, accumulating 198 combat missions. He was honorably discharged in 1970 with the rank of Captain. Between 1970 and 1980, Mac was involved in varying capacities in the general aviation industry including ownership of a successful air cargo business serving the Midwestern United States. A business acquisition brought Mac and his wife Lynne Hammond to Minneapolis where they ultimately founded Living Word Christian Center in 1980.

2 responses to “Can My Convictions Be Different Than Others? Q&A with Pastor Mac Hammond”

  1. Rob says :

    The whole Faith & Politics matter in church has not been positive for me since the announcement of backing a politician named M.Bachman and I understand everyone can choose who they want to vote for; however, M. Bachman has not represented herself to my liking, with her verbal statements, or dialog . When I hear my Pastor is backing her, I just have to stop and think? I have tons of respect for Pastor Mac, and his leadership makes me listen, and study, take notes while in church, etc. Pastor Mac has great strength, and wisdom, along with being a great business person as well…with all the mixing of church and state, can a pastor run for office?

  2. Terry Livingston Farrand says :

    Love this discussion and explanation

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