Dr. Campbell is one of the nation’s rising, prolific, anointed, inspirational and motivational preachers. She began speaking to youth and college students during her work with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She began her ministry under the direction of Bishop William L. Washington. In 1995, she received her ordination license from the board of presbyters.
Dr. Campbell, when attending The Chosen Vessel in Fort Worth, TX under the leadership of Bishop Richard E. Young, Sr., served as the Associate Pastor leading the Women’s Ministry, the Singles’ Ministry, and the Talitha Cumi Ministry (girls from ages 9-17). Currently Dr. Campbell serves under the leadership of her husband (District Elder Reginald Campbell) as the Executive Pastor of The House of Reconciliation. Her roles and responsibilities include ministry administration and the Women’s Ministry known as “Sister to Sister.” In addition she leads the Intercessory Prayer Group for women and the general assembly. She is a firm believer in prayer and worship.
Her word driven and inspirational ministry reaches the hearts of all race and creeds, as she delivers a powerful message of hope and love. Her personal mission statement is, “if I can help somebody along life’s way, then my living is not in vain.”
“A Total You” is a ministry that transforms lives and focuses on the whole person – Mind, Body & Spirit. Dr. Campbell believes that God’s desire for people is to succeed in every facet of their life. The greatest aim of “A Total You” is to teach people how to live a well-balanced life.
Dr. Campbell also has extensive experience in her vocation as an administrator in higher education. She has over 30 years of administrative experience from a variety of colleges and universities. She has 10 years of Leadership Development serving as an Executive Coach and a corporate consultant working with leaders from a variety of industries.
In the academic arena, she has earned from the University of North Texas a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and a Master of Education and from Regent University a Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Leadership. She also attended and studied at Oral Roberts University in the Master of Divinity program.