“I have found that there are three stages in every great work of God: first, it is impossible, then it is difficult, then it is done.”
We are Adam and Amy Hodgdon. We are blessed with four sons, Cannon, Fletcher, Barrett, and Rhodes. We are missionaries serving with Ethnos360 Aviation. Adam is an aircraft mechanic and worked in Alaska for 8 years, gaining valuable experience. We felt challenged as a family to be a part of taking the Gospel to the unreached. We are currently raising prayer and financial support for that purpose. We are planning to leave for Papua New Guinea in January of 2023, and will be serving in a support role as part of the aviation team there.
Ethnos360 works among remote and isolated people groups in countries around the world that often don't have access to road, and are not located anywhere near cities, making aviation a vital tool in bringing missionaries to them. Their focus is to plant maturing indigenous churches in these tribal settings. We feel so privileged to be able to use the gifts God has provided for our family to serve in this effort.
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If you would like to give to our ministry financially, you can learn about that at the following link: https://ethnos360.org/missionaries/adam-and-amy-hodgdon
Thank you for your support,
Adam & Amy