Hope for the Nations

God will be glorified throughout ALL nations.
How will you play a part?

What is Hope for the Nations (HFN)?

HFN is the global church planting arm of HITC. The purpose of Hope for the Nations is to mobilize, train, send and coach teams from our local church to initiate church planting movements which transform unevangelized and unreached peoples for God’s glory. We agree with Bill Hybels that the local church is the hope of the world. We take seriously our responsibility to participate in God’s global movement by equipping and covering teams who can bring the hope of Jesus to the lost and dying throughout the world.

IMPACT Training Program

“The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few” (Luke 10:2) As believers, Jesus commanded us to make disciples of all nations. Hope in the City is doing that by equipping those interested with the core competencies needed to actively advance the Kingdom of God in their daily lives. Whether you stay in Austin, desire to be part of a domestic church plant or want to serve in an international location, take the first step and dedicate 8 months to our IMPACT training program. To learn more about how you can get involved with IMPACT, contact Chris Padgett.

(To download info, apps and references, click on link below. When new tab opens, click on File then Export as PDF.)

Download IMPACT Brochure – Front

Download IMPACT Brochure – Back

Download IMPACT Application

Download IMPACT Reference Form

Download IMPACT Leader Reference Form 

Prayer Shields for Austin and the Nations

Fourth Sunday of every month before the service (9:00-10:15am) | Prayer Room
Prayer Shields meet to glorify God and invite His presence into Austin, TX, as well as locations where Hope for the Nations Field Staff are proclaiming the Good News of the Kingdom. Everyone is welcome to join us in prayer for our city and the nations. We gather in the prayer room (behind Worship Center) at 9:00 am to intercede on behalf of these locations. We’d love to have you join us! Questions? Contact Chris Padgett