The Hodsdons are a family singing group with a heart for ministry. The Hodsdons music is rooted in traditional ”southern gospel” and ”light contemporary” music – a blended style that makes The Hodsdons a gospel group that fits perfectly in nearly all multi-generational worship settings. Known for their ability to provide a worship experience with an intimate setting, The Hodsdons have a strong desire to encourage the body of Christ and see lost souls saved. “We want people to enjoy what they see and hear; it’s a requirement with what we do, however, that’s not our ultimate goal. Our objective is to present the gospel through song and testimony, and to give those who are lost and hurting the opportunity to know Jesus in a real and personal way”.
Tim and Camela Hodsdon recently served as interim worship leaders at First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, FL where they have been attending for many years. Tim recently stated, “It was an honor and a privilege to serve for over a year alongside my wife in the church we grew up in. We learned so much from our pastors, Dr. Homer G. Lindsay, Jr. and Dr. Jerry Vines, and also from our minister of music, Rodney Brooks. It truly was a blessing to give back and share that with others.” Tim went on to say, “While we enjoyed our time leading worship, our desire and commitment to go out and share the gospel stayed strong. We are very excited about the opportunities that lie ahead for this ministry.”
Over the years, The Hodsdons have had the privilege of working with artists and evangelists such as Jason Crabb, Michael English, Karen Peck & New River, The Kingdom Heirs, Brian Free & Assurance, Bailey Smith, The Bowling Family, Jeff & Sheri Easter, The Nelons, and more. “We are very excited about where we are headed. The Lord keeps opening doors that we could not open on our own. He has a plan for us and we can’t wait to see what’s around the corner, said Camela.”
Don’t miss the opportunity to have The Hodsdons at your church or event.
To Encourage The body Of Christ and See Lost Souls Saved.