What Are You Trusting God For?

I have given my life to mobilizing people to be used by God to advance his purposes around the world. The challenges of our world are immense - war, disease, hunger, abuse, broken relationships, bigotry, greed, etc. Jesus acknowledged these challenges, and pointed to the solution in John 16:33, "In this world, you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world."

I am convinced that God wants to use his followers to bring hope and healing to our world in ways that are far beyond our natural abilities. And I believe that God is able to do "exceeding, abundantly beyond all we could ask or imagine" (Eph 3:20). So my prayer is that God will use this site to inspire you to dream God-sized dreams, expand your Kingdom impact, and multiply yourself so that people all over the world can be transformed by Jesus.

I am inspired by a quote from John Mott, who founded and led the Student Volunteer Movement, which mobilized thousands of missionaries in the early 20th century: "He (or she) who does the work is not so profitably employed as he (or she) who multiplies the doers." I am praying that not only will God use you for his global purposes, but that you will become a "multiplier of the doers."

This site will host my blog, which will have ideas and inspiring stories of how you can expand your Kingdom impact. Also, you will be able to access the study guide for my book, What Are You Trusting God For? This book is based on principles I have observed all over the world during my 30+ years in ministry. It has been used as a textbook for first-year Bible college students; as a small group study for marketplace leaders; and as a training resource for campus ministry workers in SE Africa. I think you will find it inspiring and helpful!

"Grab a hold of your seats! In these pages Gregg casts a world changing vision of how to make your life count for eternity. What an adventure--to join God in His vision for generational disciplemaking, yielding ourselves to Him, trusting the power of the Holy Spirit, growing dependent through prayer and giving ourselves to raising up world changing disciples embedded in our broken world. Enjoy the ride!"

Doug Nuenke, US President, The Navigators


Gregg Hinzelman
Gregg Hinzelman

I have invested over 30 years of my life in helping to mobilize people to impact the world for Jesus. My ministry journey began with an inner city ministry I helped launch while I was a student at Baylor University. Upon graduation, I joined staff with Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru in the US, Power to Change in Canada) and began working with university students, first at the University of Georgia, and then continuing across Canada in a few different roles: director of national expansion, regional director overseeing Ontario and Atlantic Canada, and giving oversight to our digital strategies team.

In 2011, I transitioned to the role I hold today - Director of Strategic Engagement with Power to Change. In this role, I help leaders find ways of leveraging their gifts, passions, platforms and resources for greater Kingdom impact. I love helping leaders think bigger about how God can use them, and watching them take steps of faith to impact others with the gospel.

Since I was 18 years old, God has given me a burning passion to impact the world for Jesus, and I have been blown away at how God has allowed me to see this happen! God has given me the privilege of helping to inspire and equip men and women who today are Kingdom leaders in many nations around the world. He has allowed me to help mobilize millions of dollars to help reach those in the least reached places in the world. And he has given me the privilege of speaking to, and coaching, leaders from dozens of nations all over the world.

On a personal note, I am a huge basketball and football fan (especially Baylor - Sic Em Bears!), and I love to read - especially biographies and books on leadership and innovation. I am grateful that God has given me my wife Joanne, who loves me and who shares my passion to impact the world for his glory. We have two adult children, Josh and Jessica.

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