Hal Sacks is president/CEO of BridgeBuilders International Leadership Network; he is a respected community leader, and a mentor to church, government, and marketplace leaders. He is a guest lecturer in the Theology of Worship class at Arizona Christian University, where his advice and counsel are sought after by students and faculty alike.
A Messianic Jew saved during the Jesus Movement in the ‘60s, Hal’s passion is igniting, fueling, and sustaining the next Great Awakening. His heart is to see young people fulfill their God-given purpose and become reformers of society.
He is the author of Two Nations, One Prayer, a bilingual informative prayer guide mobilizing strategic prayer to end the horrific violence produced by illicit drug, sex, and human trafficking along our Southwest border. In 2008 Two Nations, One Prayer mobilized more than ten thousand intercessors for a 21-day call to prayer over the Southwest Border “War on Drugs.” Hal has written numerous prayer guides, including Scriptural Prayers for Good Government and Scriptural Prayers for Arizona Law Enforcement.
In 2010 Hal graduated from the Phoenix Citizens Police Academy. He serves on the Phoenix PD Citizens Board for the Use of Force and Disciplinary Review Board; Chief Jeri Williams appointed Hal to chair her Advisory Board for the Faith-Based Community. Since 2012, Hal has served as chaplain for the Arizona Narcotics Officers Association (ANOA).
Hal began his studies in electrical engineering, and after receiving Jesus as his Messiah, he attended Christ for the Nations Bible Institute in Dallas, TX. Hal completed his post-graduate work, earning a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) in Christian Formation from Primus University.