Billy Huddleston has been preaching and singing forever. Well . . . since 1998. He has recorded six CDs, is passionate about preaching straight from Scripture and is booked over 48 weeks out of the year.

Billy loves Southern Gospel music, Carolina BBQ and the color green. If you find him relaxing, you’ll catch him with his two Shih Tzu’s, Willis and Tucker, or wrapped up in a good book. Two of his favorites are Return of the Prodigal by Henri Nouwen and Shaped By the Cross by Ken Gire. Billy also enjoys exercising at the gym.

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Rev. Billy Huddleston is an ordained elder and a tenured evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene. (This means he does what he does fulltime and is committed to continuing in evangelistic ministry until he grows hair again or the Lord returns.) He’s an alumnus of Olivet Nazarene University, Kankakee, Ill. During his time there he was a four year member of the Orpheus Choir, participated in the spiritual life program, held revivals and youth revivals across the educational region and sang with the southern gospel quartet United.


Billy's music is played nationally on Southern Gospel Radio. Billy has appeared in the Christian Voice and Singing News magazines—as well as charting on the Singing News National Top 80 Southern Gospel Chart.

Billy enjoyed a successful three-year stint in youth ministry before entering the field of fulltime evangelism. His passion? Leading people into a powerful encounter with the living Christ. Billy delivers in-depth messages with an intensity and intelligence that aren’t forgotten.


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OK. Billy calls himself a city boy with a hillbilly background, because even though he grew up in Cincinnati, his family is from the hills of Southeast KY. A big 4 way from Cincinnati’s Skyline chili and a couple of cheese coneys with friends makes him smile. He loves to read and recently developed a passion for writing. In 2014 Billy became an author and enjoys writing about how people can experience true change through the Cross. He speaks at a wide variety of events across all denominations and would love to chat with you about getting on your calendar. So go ahead. Give him call.