GREG HINNANT - "Now about our
brother..." (1 Corinthians 16:12, NIV).
lifelong resident of North Carolina, Greg
Hinnant was called aside many years ago
from his chosen field of music education, and
later from the business world, to an extended
period of preparation for Christian ministry.
His present teaching and writing ministries are
founded on years of devotional and systematic
study of the Bible and Christian history, and
have been strongly influenced by the
teachings of some of the masters of the
spiritual life, such as Oswald Chambers and A.
s a writer, Greg has published
ColossianNotes: An Inspirational Commentary on
Paul's Epistle to the Colossians;
PhilippianNotes: An Inspirational Commentary on
Paul's Epistle to the Philippians,
Water from the Rock: Daily Devotions for
Disciples, Sweeter than Honey: Daily Devotions for
Not by Bread Alone: Daily Devotions for
Disciples, Spiritual Truths for Overcoming
Gold Tried in the Fire: Tested Truths for Trying
Times, Word Portraits: Five Illustrations of the
An Inspirational Commentary on the Book of
Precious Pearls from the Proverbs, Walking in His Ways, Walking on Water, and Key New Testament Passages on Divorce
and Remarriage. His articles have been published
regularly in Christian periodicals and he is a
contributor to the SpiritLed Woman Bible.
Currently Greg is currently writing an
inspirational commentary on
the Book of Revelation.
s a speaker, Greg has ministered in churches,
conferences across America and abroad.
s a teacher, Greg is on the faculty of
Christian Life School of Theology—Global
(www.clstglobal.org), currently teaching
courses: Understanding and Overcoming Adversity; Biblical Discipleship; The
Book of Daniel; A Biblical Study on
Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage; Pearls of
Wisdom from the Proverbs; A Study of Paul's
Epistle to the Philippians; and a Study of
Paul's Epistle to the Colossians.
also a Regent
and Advisory Council member with CLST-Global. He
is ordained and licensed by Evangel Fellowship
International, a non-denominational association
of churches and ministers headquartered in
Conway, S.C., under the leadership of Chairman