Pastor Mike Hobby
October 1st, 1950 - June 22, 2016
Michael David Hobby, 65, went home to be with the Lord on June 22nd surrounded by his loving family. Mike was a Vietnam veteran and later went on to earn his Bachelor’s Degree from University of Washington. Mike was the pastor of Church of the Isaiah 58 Project of Arizona in Quartzsite AZ where he found joy in feeding, clothing, and helping others. He also enjoyed restoring old cars and riding motorcycles.
Mike will be remembered as a man who was a follower of Jesus, always willing to sacrifice for his fellow man.
He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Linda, their children: Michael (Angie), Chad (Christy), Kim (Tim) and Jeremy (Heather), sister, Anne Shukar (John), grandchildren, Tera, Dustin, Christina, Zac, Sara, and Mallory and great-grandchildren, Katelyn & Casey. He was preceded in death by his parents Bill & RoseMarie, brother Steve, and son Bill.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Isaiah 58 Project of AZ, PO Box 1713, Quartzsite, AZ 85346
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"God's Lighthouse in the Desert"
Address: 100 S. Moon Mountain Ave. Quartzsite, Arizona, 85346; Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1713, Quartzsite, Arizona 85346
Phone: (928) 927-3124; Fax (928) 927-5147; Email: Isaiah58Projectofarizona@yahoo.com
Meet Pastor Mike Hobby
Mike Hobby and his wife Linda had a unique perspective of what it's like to be homeless and hungry. In 2000 Mike and Linda became homeless themselves as a result of a major medical crisis with no insurance and no means to pay the bills. During their time living on the streets, God placed a burden on their hearts for the homeless.
Equipped with real-life experiences of homelessness and a God-given passion for the down-and-out, a ministry opportunity in Quartzsite, Arizona presented itself. Mike and Linda accepted the call, and in the winter of 2003, the Isaiah 58 Project was established. Their unique ministry to the homeless became a reality. Pastor Mike's passion was to help those who are lost to find their way and ultimately for them to become who God designed them to be.