Stacey Campbell Bio
Stacey Campbell is a prophetic voice to this generation and has a passion to teach believers to know how to hear the voice of God through proper teaching and strong values. She is the founder and facilitator of the Canadian Prophetic Council, and serves as an honorary member of the Apostolic Council of Prophetic Elders, presided over by Dr. Peter Wagner and Cindy Jacobs. Stacey has been ordained by Dr. Bill Hammond and is on the apostolic team of Harvest International Ministries (H.I.M.) under Che Ahn.
Stacey and her husband Wesley are founders of a mercy organization for children at risk called ’Be A Hero’ (www.beahero.org). They are producers of the “Praying the Bible” CDs and co-authors of several Praying the Bible books.
Stacey and Wesley work in coalition with ‘Hope for the Nations’ and other mercy organizations focused on children at risk. Wesley is co-author of the book Be A Hero – The Battle for Mercy and Social Justice. Stacey was ordained by Dr. Bill Hammond, and is the founder and facilitator of the Canadian Prophetic Council.
Stacey and Wesley are faculty members of Wagner Leadership Institute and are very gifted teachers. Their passion to change the plight of widows and orphans world-wide will touch and inspire you, and their teachings on Praying the Bible will lead you into a greater fulfillment of the first commandment – to love God with all your heart, soul, strength and mind. Their history as missionaries, church planters, pastors and ministry in the wider Body of Christ gives their teaching a depth and authority that can only come from personal experience.
The Campbells live with their five children in Kelowna, B.C., Canada, and are the senior leaders of New Life Church. Stacey teaches at various schools and conferences. As conference speakers both Stacey and Wesley, have ministered in over 45 nations, laboring to see revival and social justice transform the world.
If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but have not love, I am nothing.1 Cor. 13:2 (NIV)