Nick Hall

A voice to the
next generation.

A voice to the next generation.

Nick Hall didn’t set out to found PULSE, he set out to share the hope of Jesus on his college campus—and so many people’s lives were impacted that PULSE was founded to help keep the message spreading.

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As a voice to the next generation, Nick has shared the message of Jesus at hundreds of events to millions of students and is regularly featured as a speaker for pastors gatherings, student conferences, training events, and festivals around the world. He has a passion for student-led prayer movements, leadership training, evangelism, and discipleship, and has received hands-on training from some of the most influential Christian leaders of our day. He sits on the leadership teams for the US Lausanne Committee, the National Association of Evangelicals, and the student advisory team for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), and is a partner evangelist with the Luis Palau Association. In the spring of 2011, he was welcomed to the National Facilitation Committee for the Mission America Coalition (MAC). Nick has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from North Dakota State University and a Master’s in Leadership and Christian Thought from Bethel Seminary in St. Paul, MN. Nick is married to his best friend, Tiffany; they live in Minneapolis, MN. They had their first child, Truett, in July 2012, and are expecting a baby girl in late 2015.

See Nick speak

See Nick Speak

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“As I take the stage in stadiums or sit one-on-one with students, I am reminded every day of their need for Jesus. They long for purpose, and they sense there is more to life than living for themselves. I can think of nothing more exciting than sharing the hope of Jesus with this generation.”


-Nick Hall, Founder & Chief Communicator for PULSE

A heart for evangelism

As a teenager, Nick Hall sensed God was calling him to be an evangelist—and was inspired by the ministry of Billy Graham.


“When I was a student in North Dakota, I heard evangelist Billy Graham was going to be in Oklahoma City for a big crusade event. So I hopped in my car and drove down to volunteer with the staff of the event. One day, I was in the arena watching it all unfold, seeing thousands of people pointed to the hope of Jesus. And so I prayed a bold prayer:

‘God, use me to reach people like this.’

7 or 8 years after I prayed this  prayer, I stood on that very same stage myself, sharing the Gospel with a packed arena.”

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