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11/29/2013 6:00:00 AM
CPC welcomes new pastor to the 'Dome Church'
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Pastor Dave Hodgdon and his wife, Patti.
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Pastor Dave Hodgdon and his wife, Patti.

KINGMAN - The Leadership Team and people of Connection Point Church, 4435 N. Shadow Road, announced that Dave Hodgdon accepted the position of Senior Pastor on Oct. 1.

Pastor Dave and his wife, Patti, have two grown sons and have been in full-time Christian ministry for many years.

They served in a church-planting ministry in the country of Papua New Guinea from 1990 until 2003 and were involved in ministries at a Bible institute in Wisconsin, from 2004 until 2013.

Connection Point Church is part of the Christian and Missionary Alliance.


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Reader Comments

Posted: Thursday, January 2, 2014
Article comment by: been there .....

I wouldn't allege any compromising tendencies on the part of this fine-looking Christian couple (not written disparangingly here), but if you're reading these posts, grab a mug of tea and be informed about your new home.....What do you think you know? What do you know about the criminal justice system, the national economy, Kingman (actual) sordid history, and the peoples' needs here ? Do you listen to people? If not, you had better start listening. Otherwise, what are you doing? I remember going back to the 1960's how clergy studiously avoided the issues of the day, as if addressing them was tantamount to heresy/godlessness. Meanwhile, members of the congregation were disappearing into the military draft and the rice paddies of Vietnam. Others with problems not normally addressed did not have those issues addressed at church, either. I listened online recently to a local pastor boasting of his church's accepting attitude - "We have sex perverts here!" . Uh.....I might have said "Among those with different challenges and life traumas here, we have some who have had challenges involving sex". I won't even start on meth and its effects. If you haven't had your hearts broken, I don't think you'll be of any use here.

Posted: Thursday, December 26, 2013
Article comment by: Fed up

Thank goodness Pastor Hodgdon is not starting up another "tin church" which appear to be springing up all over Kingman and in general, Mohave County. I can't think of anything more cold and emotionless as a metal building, normally used as a garage, storage area or barn, operating under the guise of a church. Many followers practiced in open fields, caves, down by the rivers etc., but they listened and had faith in what was being taught, not how much money could be saved by constructing a tin shop to same money. Wake up. Have some pride in your faith.

Posted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Article comment by: been there, done that .....

I'd say that a stint in PNG recommends these folks to Kingman's challenges, but just remember one thing - over there, they eat your bodies, here they eat your souls. Don't believe anybody, assume the worst and know you're over -estimating people and situations by at least half, and when your senses tell you that this place resembles an asylum, trust your senses. God bless.

Posted: Friday, November 29, 2013
Article comment by: Nay Mama

Talk about a small world. I talked to my sister to verify, my nephew was going to that Bible Institute in Wisconsin at the beginning of Dave and Patti's time there. My sister called my nephew to also verify that he remembered them. I would be happy to talk with Dave and Patti at some time, if for nothing else than to catch them up on my nephew and show pictures of his family.
Welcome to Kingman Dave and Patti.




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