Allan Greig was born and raised in Zambia. Allan is a citizen of South Africa and the U.S. Allan has a master’s degree from Moody Theological Seminary in Chicago, IL. He also holds a degree in graphic design from Tshwane University in Pretoria, South Africa. Before founding Africa Revolution, Allan previously worked as the Africa Regional Coordinator for Warm Blankets Orphan Care International. Allan helped organize and coordinate efforts between WBOCI and local churches in various developing world countries. Allan also served as the youth pastor at Eastside Community Church in South Africa and as a youth worker in the city. Over the years he has been involved in church plants, strategic ministry planning and led many teams on trips to Africa.
Allan felt led to start a new work in Southern Africa that combined compassion ministry and discipleship. Africa Revolution was founded and he has been leading it for the past ten years. Allan is married to Annie and they have three kids Judah, Skylah and Micah. They reside in Lansing, MI. The Greig family has a passion to see the incredible love, compassion, grace and mercy of God made manifest through the Gospel; and for hurting people to discover their full purpose in God’s Kingdom and walk closely with Him.
Some of Allan’s favorite books include The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, The Indispensable Calvin and Hobbes and anything by Tim Keller.