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What does it mean to “hallow”? Why did Jesus teach us to pray, “Our Father in Heaven, hallowed be Your name?” To hallow is to revere, honor as holy, and adore. We are all created to worship; we all place something or someone at the center of our lives. When we “graduate,” or move on from this life to the next, what we “hallowed” will matter eternally.

This was the topic of the Upper School’s chapel last week, lead by Pastor Dean Fulks of Lifepoint Church.

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