George Campbell Biography, Evangelist to Newfoundland - Contents

 George Campell was a pioneer evangelist in Newfoundland and Labrador for thirty years. Born in Vancouver, BC February 1, 1927, he was raised in the San Francisco Bay area of California. He served in the U.S. Marines during World War II and after a period of searching, was born again November 19, 1951. In the summer of 1984, the doctors diagnosed his cancer of the pancreas and liver as inoperable. From that time until his death on March 21, 1985, he openly spoke of his approaching death and used every opportunity to challenge Christians and warn non-Christians. His family willingly and openly discussed with him their concerns and were prepared when he left his body peacefully to be with the Lord at 10:00 p.m. March 21, 1985. This book is dedicated to the young people of the assemblies in Newfoundland and Labrador. Take the challenge of a vital, vibrant and biblical commitment to spread the Gospel and establish warm, caring assemblies in Newfoundland, Labrador and beyond.


Foreword Prologue

Part I: The Challenge of the Gospel

Chapter 1. No Water in the Well
Chapter 2. A Well of Living Water
Chapter 3. An Overflowing Well

Part 2: The Challenge of the Great Commission

Chapter 4. The Challenge of a New Method
Chapter 5. The Challenge of Waiting
Chapter 6. The Challenge of Being Available
Chapter 7. The Challenge of an Open Door
Chapter 8. The Challenge of Leadership
Chapter 9. The Challenge of Marriage
Chapter 10. The Challenge of Stewardship
Chapter 11. The Challenge of Hospitality
Chapter 12. The Challenge of New Territory
Chapter 13. The Challenge of Change
Chapter 14. The Challenge of Teamwork
Chapter 15. The Challenge of Revival
Chapter 16. The Challenge of Building

Part 3: The Challenge of Suffering

Chapter 17. God Has a Plan
Chapter 18. God Uses Ordinary People
Chapter 19. A New Witnessing Perspective
Chapter 20. The End of One Phase is the Beginning of Another
Chapter 21. Commitment that Counts
Chapter 22. The Home Stretch Countdown Epilogue