He was on the pastoral staffs of two Fellowship Bible Churches in Dallas, Texas for 25 years. Serving on the pastoral staff at one, where he was the Director of the Counseling Ministry, and a member of the Elder Board.
At the original FBC, he was Sr. Pastor.
Before the time in California at the “Jesus Christ Light and Power House”, Hud spent nine years as a professor of Psychology at Texas Wesleyan University. He has been a licensed psychologist in Texas since 1975, and in Colorado since 2000. He has been in private practice for over 40 years. He is a professional counseling and leadership development resource for local evangelical pastors. He specializes in relational seminars, and intensives, and is an adjunct professor at the Denver Theological Seminary.
Hud and Nancy’s ministry focus is the interior spiritual and psychological development of a person. This is crucial and of central significance to effectiveness in life and ministry. Leaving a life long transformative impact goes beyond any metric. So many pressing “demands” and “needs”, masque the real interior substance of our lives. It is possible to have great strategy, skill, and expertise, but a shriveled soul. Without wholeness, the ultimate influence of our lives and ministry will be diminished.
Our cry and message is for people, especially leaders—to “grow up” from the inside out. This is our passion, our life message, and our calling. This is an uncomfortable and unpopular message, that we believe God is gracing us to deliver through the end of our race.
Hud is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado, and North Texas State University. Nancy went to Seattle Pacific University and graduated from Texas Wesleyan University, with a Masters from North Texas State University. She’s been a substitute teacher in the public school systems in TX and CO. for 25 years.
Hud and Nancy met in high school and have been married for 48 years. They have three married children and four grandchildren, and reside in Denver, Colorado. Nancy has supported Hud in ministry for over 40 years.
In 1 Corinthians 4:7 Paul the apostle, asks a rhetorical question, “ What do you have that you have not received”? The implied answer is, “Nothing Lord, it is truly all a gift from your hand, thanks”.