Jennifer Campbell is currently serving on Staff with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) based out of Kona, Hawaii. After graduating from East Carolina University in 2008, Jennifer worked in and around her hometown for a few years, while caring for her elderly grandparents.
She was introduced to missions in 2009, when she went on her first trip with Ten Days Missions, to Mexico. She felt the Lord gently calling her to missions in 2011, when she did her Discipleship Training School in Muizenburg, South Africa.
In 2013 she participated in an upper level course through YWAM, called Introduction to Primary Health Care (IPHC) and has been on staff since 2014. IPHC’s purpose is to train missionaries in primary care to then go to developing nations that have little to no access to healthcare. Through loving people and championing them in their health, community health workers have the opportunity to share the gospel and bring a generation of people into an encounter and relationship with an amazing father.
Jennifer’s heart is to see the promise of John 10:10 fulfilled in the lives of those who are affected by preventable diseases and sickness and see “life and life abundantly” restored to people groups that are isolated in their villages and communities. Since joining IPHC staff she has participated in outreaches in India and Papua New Guinea. She has also taught in a few health education seminars in Romania and the U.S.A.