How To Blog: Family Worship

Three Principles of Family Worship By Pastor Mark Smith   As we are living out this new season, we have an amazing opportunity to minister to our kids through family worship. In this season, we have two realities to remember. The first is this: our Lord Jesus...

Making Room at the Table for All Races

Processing the current civil unrest, country-wide protests, and racial injustice? In this 9-minute clip, Pastor Andrew Arthur speaks to the church about the current times and questions. The Hallows Church · Making Room at the Table for All Races God resists the proud...

COVID-19 and Church Rhythms Update

COVID-19 dramatically changed our lives in the past few months. The pain and anxieties it has caused around us are real. Additionally, as Christians, we grieve the inability to meet in-person with our church family.  Like Paul, we “want very much to see you . . . to...

5 Ways to Get Out While Social Distancing

Written by Anjelica McMillan We’re living in unprecedented times. Birthdays celebrated via Zoom, work meetings done in your sweatpants, restaurant food delivered to your door not by choice, but out of necessity. On my weekly outing to the grocery store, I find myself...

Psalms for this Season | Doubt

Day 15 | Psalm 73 Everybody doubts sometimes–even the most devout followers of Jesus among us. Struggling with doubt can either defeat or develop one’s faith depending on the posture one assumes. Doubt defeats proud people because they sit in the crosshairs of God’s...

Psalms for this Season: Journey

Day 14 | Psalm 23 Life is a journey of contrasts. It moves in and out of both sunlight and shadows. Yet, the LORD shepherds His people every step along the way. God walks with those who claim Him as their Divine shepherd. Eleven occurrences of a first person...