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Bobbie Hill
Bobbie Hill

Bobbie Hill was born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania to Robert and Mary Curtis. Her father became a pastor in the Free Methodist Church, and was called to plant several churches throughout Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio.

Bobbie attended Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania and became a Marine Corps wife in 1971. For the next 30 years, God presented her with opportunities for leadership and growth that He continues to hone and use to His purposes. During the years of volunteer service to our country, Bobbie worked to better family life in the Marine Corps. She was selected by the Marine Corps as a member of the Key Volunteer Network Advisory Council comprised of two ladies from every Marine Corps base worldwide. They designed a critical Family Readiness Program that was established as a requirement for all air and ground units, due to frequent deployment cycles and the Marine Corps’ culture of “taking care of our own.” The Commandant of the Marine Corps saw a need to prepare new Commanders and their spouses for their command responsibilities. Because of her experience and reputation, Bobbie was invited to participate in the planning and design for the Commander Spouse’s Workshop. The result was a marked improvement in family support and welfare, and increased morale for both deployed Marines and their families. These Marine Corps experiences founded and shaped her work within ministry.

Upon moving to Colorado Springs in 1996, Bobbie served with Shirley Dobson, Chairman of The National Day of Prayer (NDP) Task Force. She and was entrusted with developing the Public Affairs Department within NDP, and held this responsibility for nearly 11 years. Her responsibilities included developing relationships, creating partnerships with other ministries, ministering to members of the military, planning oversight of the annual National Day of Prayer events in Washington, DC, and developing key relationships on Capitol Hill and throughout the NDP donor community.

Beginning in the summer of 2007, God made it clear to her that it was time to leave NDP, and enter a period of rest. After 4 months of prayer and seeking His will, the Lord crystallized her next assignment She joined Blackaby Ministries International in July of 2008 and is the Director of Public Affairs and Development.

Networking, development and teamwork are among Bobbie’s gifts. She shares an amazement of the Body of Christ and all the joys and gifts that result from people partnering in ministry. Her journey is increasingly one of intentional attentiveness to the Holy Spirit.

She and her husband, Colonel Tim Hill, USMC (Retired) have been married for 37 years and have 3 children and 2 granddaughters.