Godfrey Hom

Senior Pastor

Pastor Godfrey was born in Oakland to first-generation immigrants from Guangzhou, China, and was born-again at Chinese Independent Baptist Church at age 7. By God's grace, and through the many (desperate!) prayers of faithful family and mentors, he grew in faith during those early formative years.

In 1990, after finishing a B.A. in geography at Berkeley, he moved to UCLA, graduated with an M.Ed., and went on to teach secondary mathematics. In 1997, together with his bride, Stacey, he embarked on a new path towards pastoral ministry by enrolling at Talbot School of Theology, earning an M.Div. in 2000. Pastor Godfrey served at churches in Palos Verdes and Irvine before joining the FCBC-FV family in 2012.

Besides Jesus, Godfrey's joys in life are Stacey and their children Sarah, Shane, and Selah. His interests include (in alphabetical order) athletics, bargain-shopping, Bay Area sports, cars, food, games, history, home/kitchen gadgets, music and people.

Email Address: godfrey.hom@fcbcfv.org

Recent Sermons

Nov 8
Nov 8, 2020
Trust & Treachery - Malachi 2:10 - 3:6 Listen Watch
Oct 25
Oct 25, 2020
Even If . . . - Habakkuk 3:1-19 Listen Watch
Sep 20
Sep 20, 2020
To Lead From Greed - Micah 3:1-12 Listen Watch
Sep 6
Sep 6, 2020
Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters - Amos 2:4-8 Listen Watch
Aug 23
Aug 23, 2020
The First Church of Paul (or Apollos or Cephas) - 1 Corinthians 1:10-17 Listen Watch

Recent Blogs

Cheng Frank  | November 17, 2020


Cheng Frank  | November 13, 2020


Frank Cheng  | November 10, 2020


Frank Cheng  | November 06, 2020

為什麼我們需要常常認罪悔改?因為人是健忘的。人很容易被眼前的事物影響,導 致犯罪。夏娃之所以會吃禁果,有很大部分的原因是因為看到這樹上的果子悅人眼目。以 掃失去長子的名份,也是只在乎當下肚子的飽足而失去永恆的福份。以色列人過了紅海,...

Godfrey Hom  | November 06, 2020

Our "Cup" Overflows: Last Sunday's 2nd service was at over-full capacity (praise the Lord!). Please always reserve your seat for worship if you plan to come. If you do attend this Sunday, please consider giving an opportunity to others the following...

Philippians 3:12–14

Not that I have already obtained it or have already become perfect, but I press on so that I may lay hold of that for which also I was laid hold of by Christ Jesus. Brethren, I do not regard myself as having laid hold of it yet; but one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and reaching forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.