Worn Out Pages:
An Invitation Back to the Bible
This book is an invitation. On each page you will encounter a quick, poetic invitation to a book of the Bible which attempts to capture the soul of the text from the disoriented and tumultuous vantage point of contemporary America. Working this angle, five themes seem to emerge:
Disorientation, Justice, Community, Reconciliation, and Restoration.
Art by Lori Reece
My Prayer Journal Journey
My Prayer Journey is a journal specifically designed to help you pursue a life of prayer.
The journal allows you to set and track goals, reflect on how God is moving in your life, and record your prayers.
Church Leadership Pamphlets
Vision Based Leadership:
Jeremy takes the reader on an exploration of theology, church history, mental health, philosophy, scripture, and practical ministry tools to help ministers think about how to reorient their congregations towards the future.
How do we repair our communities after times of Church conflict?
In this manual I am seeking to offer a way forward for congregations that are experiencing a season of rebuilding after a congregational conflict. Out of the breadth of the Christian tradition I highlight these three disciplines: Communion, Lectio Divina, and Spiritual Friendship. as a way to start to pull the people’s spirits back together after a fracture?
Chapter 6 - Jeremy Hall,
"Examine the Fruit"
Stories of Baptist Inclusion
The beauty of a prism lies in the way it refracts light, revealing the colors that are hidden within it. Each facet of the prism offers a new perspective, a new way of seeing the world around us.
In much the same way, the contributors to this volume offer a range of experiences around LGBTQ+ inclusion in the Baptist tradition. They are like the facets of a prism, each reflecting a different aspect of the light that shines on this complex and contentious issue.
Each contributor has served as a congregational minister, and each has come to understand the love of God in Christ in a different way, both within themselves and within their congregations and contexts.