Dr. Campbell served as an associate minister in the United Pentecostal Churches of America denomination from 1975 to 1979. She was led of the Holy Spirit to begin an independent work. Her obedience led to the establishment of Victory Tabernacle. Dr. Campbell has been pastoring since September, 1979. The church is located at 7330 NC 27 West in Lillington, NC.
Dr. Campbell has been married to Deacon Tommie A. Campbell since 1966. They are the parents of six children, thirteen grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
With continued studies, Dr. Campbell earned her Bachelor of Biblical Studies, Master of Biblical Studies, Christian Clinical Counselor Degree (and ordination) and Doctor of Ministry from Friends International Christian University, Merced, California.
In 1998, Dr. Campbell received a Citation of Honor from the Harnett Area Business and Professional Women as one of the 'Women to Watch'. In 1999, Dr. Campbell founded Victory Christian Academy, the first black-owned, private school in Harnett County. The schools motto: "Striving today to excel tomorrow" reflected the standard of excellence modeled by Dr. Campbell. She is the recipient of the "I Have a Dream" Award, presented by The Cultural Arts Association of Fuquay Varina, NC, for 2006. Dr. Campbell graduated from the Pastoral Care in Community Course 2005-2006 at Duke University Divinity School in Durham, N.C. In 2011 she was honored by President Barack Obama with the Presidential Volunteer Service Award in Washington, DC. Also, in 2011 she received the North Carolina National Guard Volunteeer Service Award, given to her by North Carolina Army National Guard at a ceremony in Ft. Bragg, NC. In January 2014, Dr. Campbell received a "Living Legend" award from The Official Harnett County Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Committee. In April, she was awarded "Minister of the Year" award by Harnett County NAACP. Dr. Campbell have served on various boards and received many awards. These are a few of her accomplishments over the years.
Dr. Campbell is an anointed vessel, called by God for "such a time as this". She knows her call and is well - qualified by the Holy Ghost to function under the mantle of the anointing necessary to fulfill the call. She stands in her church, her community, and in surrounding communities as a shining example to lead individuals to the Lord and to make disciples for Christ.