About Dan Hall
Dan Hall has been an evangelical minister for over 40 years and has served the Minnesota Senate for 10 years, was a former teacher and principal, a chaplain for the metro police departments, and the founder of Midwest Chaplains. Dan and his wife Valerie have raised their eight children, and now have 17 grandchildren in the Twin Cities. Dan grew up in south Minneapolis attending Roosevelt High School and Augsburg College. Senator Hall may have been most known for his stand in support of religious freedom and has been quoted on the Senate floor during the traditional marriage debate: “Some have asked me, ‘Don’t you want to be on the right side of history?’ The truth is I am more concerned about being on the right side of eternity.”
Dan cares for biblical truth and how it relates to our everyday lives as well as strengthening our religious freedoms. Dan believes a personal prayer life is the hallmark of a Christian, and if our religious freedom crumbles, so goes America. Thus, increasing prayer and religious freedom is the mission of this ministry.
Dan serves as a chaplain/advisor at our Minnesota Capitol to both our legislators and staff. Dan knows politics can be very messy and dirty; he serves our government for those very reasons.
Donations to Dan's ministry will help cover some of his income and expenses. Any amount is greatly appreciated and tax deductible.