The Hallelujah House

Building the Heart, Home, and Heritage


By wisdom a house is built, and by understanding

it is established: by knowledge the rooms

are filled with all precious and pleasant riches.”

Proverbs 24: 3-4

Welcome to The Hallelujah House!

This is your invitation to join us at The Hallelujah House where we focus on building our Christian faith, home, and families. At the House you’ll find blog posts, podcasts, videos, and more centered on our cornerstone Jesus Christ.

Come in and get comfortable. If you like what you see, you may want to subscribe. It’s as easy as entering your email address and looking for the confirmation link in your in-box. As a subscriber, you will receive our seasonal newsletters chock-full of recipes, glimpses behind the scenes of our residents, home check-lists, and more. We promise to respect our subscribers by not flooding your email box or sharing your email with anyone.

We also have a private Facebook group. Why not join our community? Here, we encourage community discussions.

So, stop peeking in the windows. Our door is always open. Come on in.

Welcome to the House!




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