What Resurrection Means – Pastor Mac Hammond

The word “lord” as it’s used in Jesus’ day is something that was awarded by right of conquest. A lord remained a lord only as long as he remained undefeated on the battlefield. Jesus is Lord because he spoiled powers and principalities, made a show of them openly, and triumphed over them. He is Lord and He is master because He won it on the field of battle.

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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.

One response to “What Resurrection Means – Pastor Mac Hammond”

  1. Trilby Idzerda says :

    Woo hoo! I AM the master of my own destiny in Jesus’ destroying death! Loving it, Pastor Mac! Bring it on! Lots of love to you and Pastor Lynne and all the Living Worders from a Living Word Ambassador in Indianapolis.

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