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Mr. Craig Hobson has over twenty nine years of providing spiritual and humanitarian assistance to persons in some of the most remote and poverty stricken regions in the world including Africa, Asia, Europe and the Caribbean. His unique insight and caring spirit motivates, inspires and comforts people form all walks of life to seek a better existence through education, physical fitness and spiritual enlightenment.


His academic credentials include a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Religious Education form Ouachita Baptist University with a minor in music.  He received his Master of Theology (M-Div) from the Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.  Craig is an ordained minister.


His service as a pastor includes extensive work with youth. During his tenure as a youth pastor he developed and coordinated many ground-breaking programs specifically designed to help teenagers build self-esteem, physical fitness and essential life skills so critical to ensure success in family and career.  


Craig has served as a pastor in several churches where his focus was on the needs of family.  He developed and led programs which provided counseling for adults centered around marriage and parenting. His motivational speaking skills and music artistry are sought out by many different groups.


Craig shares his passion for service through  his work with the YMCA and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.  He has served as a coach in football, baseball, basketball and softball.  Craig is a certified umpire for youth baseball.


He is a practitioner of Tae Kwon Do and has competed in tournaments throughout the country where he has received many awards.  Craig's passion for running is indicative through his participation in triathlons, duathlons, half-marathons, 10k and 5k road races. He serves as a consultant for organized running events where he helps non-profit  groups plan, organize and promote running events for charitable causes.   


The Hobson family's commitment to community is further demonstrated through the sacrifice and service of their son Caleb, a member of the United States Marine Corps.