Rev. Todd Eckhardt is the Vice-President of Homeland Ministries for World Gospel Mission. He has
served in ministry for 25 years. During this time he has pastored a local church, served as adjunct
faculty in teaching short-term mission leadership and heads up mobilization, missionary funding, and
Member Health for WGM.
Todd is a graduate of Asbury University and Asbury Theological Seminary.
He is ordained in the Evangelical Church denomination. His time pastoring in a local church was from
1990-1999 in Everson, PA. While pastoring, the church worked with the Greater Pittsburgh Billy Graham
Crusade and the Promise Keepers. Todd mobilized donors and volunteers for both these events. While
serving the church in Everson volunteers were organized to complete a $400,000 addition for the
Todd has served with WGM since 1999. During this time he has supervised the recruiting of missionary
candidates and volunteers. He also supervises Men With Vision, a volunteer auxiliary of WGM. In
addition to mobilizing missionaries and volunteers, Todd heads up the training and assisting missionaries
in their fund-raising strategies.
In the past several years Todd has been trained in the principles of Transformational Giving and now
trains missionaries and church leaders around the world in the principles being mission active Christians.
Todd speaks in a variety of settings. He has been the speaker for revivals, retreats, camp meetings,
college chapels and mission conferences. His ministry with WGM has allowed him to speak in over 15
different countries as well as across the U.S. He is also trained in giving seminars on short-term missions,
mission team orientation, mission strategies for churches and Transformational Giving.
He and his wife live in Fort Wayne, IN with their four children.