Hallelujah! is a Christian ministry that aims to provide a space where you can grow in your faith, be encouraged and gain an understanding of God’s word.
“The Lord is my strength and my song, and he has become my salvation; this is my God, and I will praise him, my father’s God, and I will exalt him.” Exodus 15:2
Hallelujah! is all about biblical encouragement. As Christians, we are called to first and foremost, love the Lord our God with all our heart, mind and soul. We are also commanded to love and serve one another. But we can we just be real and admit that this isn’t always an easy thing to do?
At Hallelujah! we have a range of resources to help you in your Christian walk. Our blog covers all of the relevant topics to help young women (or men) navigate our world and the Hallelujah! podcast is designed to encourage and equip you to walk out your faith.
The mission & vision
A big part of growing in our faith is learning, listening, believing and living out the words we read in the Bible. The more time we spend in the Bible, the better equipped we are to live out our faith as Christians. However, the world we live in glorifies being busy and productive, so it’s not always easy to put aside our work, school or other commitments to do this.
Hallelujah! is all about biblical encouragement and equipping you with the resources and guidance you need to live out your faith as a strong, humble and Godly woman. Make sure you check out our podcast, blog and other resources.
Hello, my name is Grace!
I am a Christian women from Australia and this is my ministry. Hallelujah! was born out of my passion for encouraging young women, spreading the gospel, and sharing the truth of God’s word.
I am so excited that you’re here on this journey with me and my hope and prayer is that this is a space where you will be encouraged, challenged and inspired to seek God in all things that you do.
Statement of faith
There is one true God who is holy, eternal and is the creator and preserver of all things (Genesis 1-2). God is existent in three equal persons (the Trinity) – Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the second person of the Trinity; Jesus is fully human and fully God. Jesus was born of the virgin Mary and lived a life on earth without sin. He was prophesised in the Old Testament as the Messiah and the one who would save his people from their sin. His substitutionary death on the cross was the sufficient atoning sacrifice for the sin of all humans. Jesus was buried, rose from the dead, ascended into heaven in his resurrected body and now sits at the right hand of God. One day, Jesus will return to earth to be reunited with his bride, the church, and will finish God’s plan by executing final judgement and starting the Millennial Kingdom reign. Jesus is the way, the truth and the life, and no one can come to the Father except through him (John 14:6).
The Holy Spirit
The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity. At salvation, the Spirit baptises the believer into the Body of Christ (Romans 6:3) and is forevermore indwelling in Christians. The Holy Spirit regenerates and renews (Titus 3:5), acts as a helper (John 14:26), provides peace and joy (Romans 15:13), and intercedes for God’s people in accordance with the will of God (Romans 8:26-27). Through the Holy Spirit we are able to gain wisdom and understand God; the Spirit enables and equips believers to live a godly life.
The Bible is the true and infallible word of God. Written through man, the Bible is inspired by God and is the final, authoritative source in matters of faith and life. The Bible provides instruction, encouragement and guidelines for all people about how to live a righteous and fruitful life according to God (2 Timothy 3:16-17).
All humans were created by God, in the image of God (Genesis 1:26), and were created to serve, worship and glorify God. At the fall, humans disobeyed God and incurred physical and spiritual death which eternally separated us from God. Every person is inherently sinful and is deserving of hell (Romans 3:23). There is no way for man to enter back into right relationship with God by their own merit or effort, and therefore require the sacrifice of Jesus Christ to be made a new creation and clean before God.
Salvation is found through the shed blood of Christ on the cross which is the sole basis for the forgiveness of our sins and salvation (Ephesians 1:7). Salvation is a free gift of God’s grace; no man has the ability to gain salvation out of their own works or merit (Ephesians 2:8-9). The Bible says that if we confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved (Romans 10:9-10). We are called to repent and be baptised to receive the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:38).
The church is one, universal body and is the bride of Christ. The church consists of God’s people and is not limited to a building or denomination. The word church is a translation of the Greek word ekklesia which is defined as “an assembly.” The universal church is made up of all people who have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and we have all been baptised by one Spirit into one body (1 Corinthians 12:13).
The great commission
Outlined in Matthew 28:16-20, Christians are called to make disciples of all nations and baptise them in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
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