Created Aug 04, 2009

Pastor.R.L.Hall

Ranches L Hall is a Pastor of 25yrs,He's an accompished Songwriter more

Rev. Hall has been preaching for 25 years and pastoring for 22 years. He was licensed to preach in 1989. He received his Certificate of Ordination for Itinerant Deacon in 1993 in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and was ordained an Itinerant Elder in the A.M.E. Church in 1995.

Pastored A.M.E. Churches
Hyman Chapel – Clinton, LA
Venable Chapel – Liverpool, LA
Rocky Hill – Greensburg, LA
Greater Payne – Folsom, LA
Martin Chapel – Independence, LA
Crystal Springs – Mt. Hermon, LA
Mt.Everrett-Greensburg,La

He is married to Rev. Joya Hall. They have two beautiful daughters, Jalon and Janesea Hall. He lives in Baton Rouge, LA. He belives as Proverbs 29: 18 states " Where there is no vision, the people perish; But happy is he who keeps the law." He shares the fact that "The only limitations that we have are the limitations we put upon ourselves or the limitations we allow others to put upon us." He believes that Christ has put no limitations upon us when it come to Evangelizing the World!. For Proverbs 11:30 Reads: The fruit of the rightous is a tree of life; and he that wins souls is wise. Pastor Hall gets great joy in seeing the lost saved. He says that seeing others coming and giving their hearts to Christ gives him such renewed joy. What a wonderful sense of freedom for where the spirit of the Lord is there is liberty. Christ has deepened the faith of many through the messages of Pastor Ranches Hall:

A Few Proclaimed Sermons:
It's not over, till it's over…
It's not What it looks like (Jesus is still in control)…
Stay focused and don't give up… Keep Looking Up…
Have you been with Jesus… It's love that says it all…
If you're living in a glass house don't throw no stones…
God is setting you up for something Big…
Satan is no match for Jesus Christ…

He's c.e.o. of

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Shows PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton, Hardball with Chris Matthews, The Rachel Maddow Show

People Chris Hayes, Rachel Maddow, Reverend Al Sharpton

Issues Jobs, Religion, Equality