Robert Hasley




From his birth in Hope, Arkansas, to the eve of his 35th anniversary as founding pastor of St. Andrew United Methodist Church in Plano, Texas, Robert Hasley’s faith and worldview has been shaped by key Christian relationships, including his wife, Sharon, his immediate family, the Highland Park and St. Andrew families of faith, and many good friends, all of whom who have dedicated themselves to “doing justice, loving kindness, and walking humbly with God” (Micah 6:8). As instruments of God’s amazing grace, they are the reason he said “yes” to serving Christ full time as a United Methodist pastor and why he continues to experience the joy of glorifying God by offering the faith, hope, and love of Christ to others today.

Rev Robert Hasley, Jr.

The Lord's Body Shop

My family and I recently attended the annual Hasley reunion at DeGray Lake, just outside of Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Having learned that the road in front of the old Hasley farm in Gum Springs (a suburb of Arkadelphia) had been named Hasley Road, I took the family to see “our” road...

Everything is Gonna Be All Right

Devotionals for Faith and Encouragement

by Robert Hasley

These short, uplifting devotional messages of comfort and encouragement are just the antidote for days of stress and worry. Pastor Robert Hasley tells homespun stories and anecdotes of a life lived in faith through good times and bad. His grandmother would always say, “everything’s gonna be all right.” A compilation of Rev. Hasley’s life experiences and devotional messages, Everything is Going to Be All Right is not tied to specific days of the week or year and may be read in any order for inspiration and support.

Everything is Gonna Be All Right

"I have read many devotional books, but none quite so heartfelt, warm, and relatable. It is a gift."

Dean, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University

"At a time when so little seems to be all right, pastor Robert Hasley imparts wisdom inherited from his 101-year-old grandmother in a series of faith-restorative devotionals."

— Tim Cowlishaw
Dallas Morning News

"Here are the thoughts of a pastor who knows how to connect the Christian faith with the challenges of everyday life."

— Will Willimon
United Methodist bishop (retired), Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry, Duke Divinity School, author of Accidental Preacher: A Memoir