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Matt Hodge: Truly blessed with a gift from God

A gifted musician

By Von Price

I just have tell everyone who has never heard Matt Hodge play a piano, you have missed a wonderful chance to hear someone who is truly blessed with a gift from God. I have known Matt since he was a baby. He is truly a gifted young man.

On Sunday I had the honor of hearing him at his father's church. It was so moving that there probably was not a dry eye there.

He is also very humble and such a gentleman. Campbellsville University is so very lucky to have him on their staff. Matt\s parents are personal friends of my husband and me. His father is a Baptist minister who also went to Campbellsville University.

Matt is a young man who is Christian and wants everyone to know it!

If by chance you have the honor of hearing him play, then you will know what I am talking about. He has a strong faith in God.

I feel it such an honor to have been a part of the celebration that was for his parents' 25 years as pastor of Cove Baptist Church in Louisville.

I felt I just had to help spread the word about such a wonderful young man. You can look him up on the net at And you can download it on iTunes . Von Price Louisville, Ky. --Von Price Comments re article 41763 Campbellsville University employs Matt Hodge

This story was posted on 2012-11-06 07:20:02
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