Pastor Todd Hoskins was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio. At the young age of 5 he accepted Christ in a Pentecostal church that his family attended. Within just a few years he was filled with the power of the Holy Ghost, and this great salvation experience has taken him many places in the ministry.
After salvation he went on to live his life for the Lord and started officially preaching when he was 15 years old after being called at age 8. He later became co-pastor of the Byesville Boulevard Church of God with his Uncle in Dayton at the age of 20 in 1990. They quickly outgrew 2 churches and then merged with a church in Vandalia, Ohio in 1993. Todd became Senior Pastor of the Vandalia Christian Tabernacle (VCT) in 2000. Then, in 2001 they began construction on a brand new 10,000 square feet sanctuary that is next to the old church. The old building is still used for youth and children’s ministry and Sunday school classes; the new building is sanctuary only. The Church became debt free in late winter of 2009. The church plans to build a brand new facility on 70 acres of land located on I-75 just 3 miles from the current location in the next year or two. Praise the Lord, the church is still experiencing a great move of God with growth, miracles, signs and wonders following. The church can be seen on 7 different local television stations, on the Tri-state area Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) program and can be heard weekly on the radio.
Pastor Todd has been invited to preach on the TBN National program several times in the past 3 years. He preached the gospel on 43 satellites and in 80 different countries on the “Praise the Lord” program. There are still invitations coming in from all over the world to preach in some of these places. Pastor Todd has released several audio CD’s including his latest project “Favor”; that has become a powerful tool of encouragement & blessing to the Body of Christ. He currently lives in Englewood, Ohio with his wife Jill, and three children. He is still honored to this day to be the Pastor at the Vandalia Christian Tabernacle.