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Gregg Hodge's messages and speaking style have been connecting with audiences for more than thirty years. In addition to churches across the country, he has been a featured speaker at academic institutions, not-for-profit leadership retreats and professional sports team meetings.

The range of Gregg's offerings goes well beyond large group speaking for congregations and men’s events to more intimate settings such as breakout sessions and small group discussions designed to complement his books.

Schedule Gregg to speak for your worship services or event on his current book, Minding Your Faith, or it’s forthcoming sequel, Men Worth Following. You can also give your music team a weekend off by inviting Gregg to lead worship.

To schedule Gregg for a talk or worship service, or to find out more, e-mail

Book the full band for a sixty or ninety minute set of music and teaching based on the chapters of Minding Your Faith, followed by informal discussions with band members about how we can have devotional lives that will actually affect our real lives.

Another option is to book a more traditional concert consisting of an hour long music set of popular worship music and original Princeton Revival songs.

To schedule the full band for a single appearance, or to find out more, e-mail

Book Princeton Revival to spend a day on your campus.  As trained teachers, the band members are happy to dialogue in classrooms or informal settings while at your college. In addition to a chapel appearance, the band members offer a Q & A session about the importance and practice of a devotional life that actually affects real life.

To schedule the full band for an appearance on your college campus, or to find out more, e-mail

Follow-Through is a one day father/son experience designed to communicate a vision of true manhood, deepen relationships between fathers and sons, and strengthen community among men in the Church.

Follow-Through involves 1) a one hour teaching-concert with Princeton Revival that will challenge and equip men to follow through in their devotional lives; 2) an entertaining “Real Man’s Decathlon” that will encourage community, cultivate father/son relationships, and afford a good bit of competitive fun; and 3) “Fireside” discussions led by members of Princeton Revival to reflect on 2 Timothy 4:7 — I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith— and apply its principles to following through in our personal lives, our families, our churches, and public lives within our communities.

To schedule a father/son event, or to find out more, email:

Host a weekend conference that includes a sixty or ninety minute set of music and teaching based on the chapters of Minding Your Faith, prayer and fellowship, praise and worship, four breakout sessions led by band members, a talk on Minding Your Faith, and a Q & A session on having devotional lives that will actually affect our real lives.

To schedule the full band for a conference, or to find out more, e-mail



Friday PM

Saturday AM

Saturday PM

Registration and Introduction
Princeton Revival Teaching Concert
Informal Discussions with Band Members

Continental Breakfast
Praise and Worship with Princeton Revival
Session 1- How to Study Passages (Bill Randall)
Session 2 - How to Study Propositions (Aaron Smith)

Session 3 - How to Study Persons (Tim Calhoun)
Session 4 - How to Study Practices (Matthew Chapman)
Praise and Worship, and Plenary with Gregg Hodge
Q & A Panel Discussion with Princeton Revival
Prayer & Dismissal