LEADERSHIP ISN’T OPTIONAL, IT’S ESSENTIAL. LEADERSHIP IS NEVER A LUXURY, BUT A NECESSITY.
WHAT TYPE OF LEADERSHIP DOES THE CHURCH NEED TODAY?
Since 1998, Living Grace Ministries, under the leadership of Dr. Fred C. Campbell, has provided The Authentic Servant Leadership Workshop for pastors and their leadership teams. It’s focus is to help church leaders develop servant leaders by following the model of the greatest leader of all time, Jesus Christ. Other leaders have stood out in history, but only One was perfect. The Authentic Servant Leadership Workshop captures the essence of Jesus leadership style through teaching and interactive discussion of the participants.
Servant leadership is a passion for Fred Campbell. He served for 23 years as the founding senior pastor of Faith Bible Church in the Dallas metroplex. During that time, he established a solid leadership team of elders, deacons, pastoral staff, and ministry leaders. Fred was also a senior faculty member of Promise Keepers, teaching the two men’s educational seminars. In September of 1998, he became the pastor of Grace Church of Ovilla, a church he also helped to start. Once again, Fred established a strong leadership team for the church. He retired from Grace Church in October, 2015 to serve in a more active role with Living Grace Ministries.
Fred holds a B.S. Degree in Bible from Philadelphia College of Bible, a ThM degree in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a DMin degree in Christian Leadership from Phoenix Seminary. He and his wife Carolyn live in Ovilla, Texas. They have a married son and two grandchildren.
As a non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, Living Grace Ministries, Inc. is supported by individuals who share the vision of servant leadership in churches—churches that often feel they are too small, out of the way, or cannot afford an expensive seminar. For that reason, the workshop costs are minimal.
“I invite you and your leadership team to join me on the pathway to servant leadership. It’s a different, and at times, challenging path, but one that will enhance your leadership skills. When you learn what it is to serve as a leader, people will follow your leadership not because they have to, but because they want to. They will feel valued, loved, cared for, encouraged, trusted, supported, respected, advised, rewarded, inspired, and appreciated. They will feel “served.” When they feel served they are experiencing the essence of servant leadership as Jesus Christ showed. l would love to serve you and your leadership team!” ~Fred Campbell