About Herb Hodges

Born April 6, 1934, in Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Raised in Fayetteville, Arkansas.  Attended Fayetteville High School and University of Arkansas, graduating there in 1958 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a major in the study of History.

Saved on his 18th birthday, and called to preach shortly thereafter.

Attended Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, graduating with a Master of Divinity degree in 1962.

Pastored churches for 27 years in Arkansas, Texas, and Tennessee.  His last pastorate of ten years was at Cherokee Baptist Church, Memphis, Tennessee. 

Entered itinerant ministry in 1980 conducting revivals, Bible Conferences, Spiritual Life Conferences, and Disciple-making Conferences.  This ministry has taken him into most of the fifty states of the U.S.

Traveled widely to foreign countries, always to train pastors and leaders there in the process of world-visionary, world-impacting disciple-making in fulfilment of Christ’s Great Commission.  He has made many overseas trips for this purpose including Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Jamaica, Guatemala, El Salvador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Guyana, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Ecuador, Colombia, Belgium, France, Portugal, Armenia, Russia, Ukraine, Mongolia, Romania, Hungary, India, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Philippines, Indonesia, China, Thailand, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Nigeria, Liberia, Uganda, Ghana, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mozambique, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Tanzania.  He has been to many of these countries numerous times.

Herb passed away April 17, 2018, but his legacy continues through the materials offered in the form of written messages, audio messages, and video messages.  Most important of all is the downline of men who are continuing to teach these messages all over the world.