Bible Review: ESV Heirloom Single Column Personal Size

I am huge fan of the personal size Bibles. The ESV Heirloom Single Column Personal Size is ideal for those of you who love a sturdy, small Bible. The goatskin cover is really nice. If you like a Bible that has a cover that will last, this is it! The paper is a little thinContinue reading “Bible Review: ESV Heirloom Single Column Personal Size”

Why I Wrote ‘Redeem the Story’

This article was first published on Medium in the publication Koinonia. I remember it like it was yesterday. My wife and I were in the kitchen standing next to the counter. The kitchen, for us, is the place where many of our deepest, personal, and life-changing conversations tend to happen. And it’s usually with aContinue reading “Why I Wrote ‘Redeem the Story’”

M2L Students: Eagle Rock Update – 6/18/20

We are less than two months out from heading back to Eagle Rock Camp in July! ERC is a special place for us, because it’s more than just a “summer camp”. It’s a place where we go to meet with God for a week every summer. And there’s nothing better than a week on topContinue reading “M2L Students: Eagle Rock Update – 6/18/20”

We Need to Be Vocal About Injustice

Our country is in trouble if things don’t begin to change. As a pastor I believe Christians need to be more vocal about injustice than anyone else. God’s people must be the voice for change. Silence is warranted sometimes and other times it speaks louder than we might realize. No more silence. Our culture isContinue reading “We Need to Be Vocal About Injustice”

6 Confessions of a Pastor

This article was picked up by The Christian Post here. Let me tell you upfront: I’m not confessing some horrendous sin or moral failure. What I am doing is confessing or “sharing” the struggles I, Aaron Joseph Hall, face and I know other pastors likely face as well. Especially in the current circumstance that weContinue reading “6 Confessions of a Pastor”