Hallerin Hilton Hill to Speak at CALLED Pastors Family Convention

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Hallerin Hilton Hill, renaissance communicator who moves people with ideas over the radio and on TV; through music and words; live in person, face to face in front of thousands of people each year, has been selected to speak at the Rupp Arena for the CALLED Pastors Family Convention, June 21-24, 2020. 

Hill’s philosophy is to “grow and help others grow.” He’s been a top-rated drive-time radio talk show host for more than 27 years, voted Best Talk Show Host by his loyal listeners and was recently named one of America’s top talk show hosts by Talker’s Magazine.  For over a decade he’s produced and hosted the TV talk show Anything Is Possibleon East Tennessee’s top-rated station. His guests have included Gov. Bill Haslam, Pat Summit, Chris Whittle and numerous others. Hallerin has worked with the DIY Network and has appeared in national TV commercials and served as narrator/host for several documentaries, including one on the life and work of former Senate Majority Leader Howard Baker. Hallerin is also a Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter. His song, “Who Would Imagine a King” was recorded by Whitney Houston for the movie The Preacher’s Wife. Hallerin is CEO and founder of Wisdom House, a multimedia company focused on inspiring people around the world to grow in wisdom.  Hallerin is a graduate of Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama where he studied Communications. He is married to Nedra and they have two children, Hallerin II, and Halle Nicole.

The CALLED Pastors Family Convention, sponsored by the North American Division Ministerial Association, is designed to connect, inspire, equip and value pastors and their families in the NAD. Registration is now open and pastoral families who register this year will be able to take advantage of the early bird rate.