Ladies Night – Catherine Campbell
Her working life started as a nurse in Belfast’s famous Royal Victoria Hospital, and she continued nursing on a part-time basis for the next few decades. In 2005 Catherine hung up her uniform for the last time to devote more time to writing, and to be able to keep up with her diary of speaking engagements, as well as those of a busy minister’s wife.
To date Catherine has spoken at numerous Ladies’ meetings/events, including day conferences, breakfasts and weekends, in Ireland, the UK, Germany, Thailand, Austria, Turkey and Canada. She has made the occasional foray into mixed meetings, but her love is ministering to women, encouraging them to develop a closer, more passionate walk with Jesus.[/bdt_team_member]
Catherine shares some of the troubling events from her life and the importance of reading Gods word. Her love is ministering to women, encouraging them to develop a closer, more passionate walk with Jesus.
Catherine, a native of Belfast, Northern Ireland, now lives in the beautiful northern town of Coleraine, where her husband, Philip, is minister of the Congregational church.
Family is vitally important to Catherine, and she thanks God for a close loving family who have supported her at every stage of her life. She and Philip have three children; two daughters, Cheryl and Joy, now in heaven, and a wonderful son, Paul who is married to Susie, both exceptional musicians. (Check out www.studio-orchestrations.com and hear for yourself!). Paul and Susie’s daughter, Bethany Joy, is enjoying nursery school, and is delighted with the arrival of her baby brother Daniel David in early November 2014, as is Granny Catherine!