New to HMC

New to HMC

New to HMC

The Importance in Having a Relationship with God

When you build a close relationship with God, you begin to see things through his eyes. It is a bond that is forged in love and nurtured through continual communication and trust. By stepping back and putting your complete faith in God and the outcome of all of your affairs, you are inviting him into your life with loving trust and friendship.

Beginning Your New Life in Christ

Allow God to help you grow as you submit to His authority. “So humble yourselves under the mighty power of God, and in His good time He will honor you.” – 1 Peter 5:6 – Prayer of Salvation

Biblical Principles Behind Baptism

The purpose of the baptism of the Holy Spirit is to empower believers for service, to witness, for spiritual warfare, and for boldness in their testimonies (see Acts 1:8; 4:19–20, 29–31; 6:8–10; 1 Corinthians 2:4).

Becoming a HMC Member

While the New Testament has no membership process, it also does not recognize a Christian living outside the context of a local church. To be a Christian in the early church was to be “added to their number” (Acts 5:14; 16:5) and to be committed to the local church through active service. Therefore, the practice of being ‘committed’ to a local church is not debatable in the New Testament.