Meet Rob Hudelson
Rob Hudelson is the pastor of Legacy Baptist Church in Coolidge, Arizona. He received his M.A. from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. With over twenty-five years of Christian ministry experience, Rob is uniquely qualified to bring biblical principles to the legislature. He has the experience necessary to work with others to bring real solutions to hard problems. Rob and his wife, Amy, have been married for 30 years. They have seven children and five grandchildren.
Rob’s interest in politics arose during the Obama years when he noticed disparities between current political trends and the principles that the founding fathers of America embraced. As a pastor, Rob recognized that special interest groups and government-appointed judges were erasing the biblical principles of economics, private property, and personal responsibility.
Rob’s first venture into an elected position was in 2014 when he ran a successful campaign to be on the Coolidge City Council. His experience at the local level has prepared him to lead and serve at the state level.
Rob enjoys media production when he isn’t studying theology, economics, and history. In 2010 Rob directed and produced the apologetic film, Friday At Noon, which examines contemporary ideas in the light of objective truth. The film was a finalist at the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival.