The Power and victory of communion
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Published: Aug. 12, 2020
Bread and wine. Ron Campbell learned that they’re far more than a religious sacrament. For him, they were a lifesaver that grew into a lifestyle. The Power and Victory of Communion is a 31-day devotional that will take you to corners of God’s Kingdom you might never have seen before and seat you across the table from the God you’ve never known quite like this.
About the Author
Ronald Campbell served in the military in South Africa for ten years. Following that, he created a successful pharmaceutical company, before being led by the Holy Spirit to America in 1993. Since then, Ron has empowered elected officials and corporate and non-government leaders to make life-changing decisions that have resulted in personal fulfillment for themselves and their families.
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Led by the Spirit
God has spoken through Ron Campbell for more than forty years.
“The church is weak,” says prophet John Sanford, “because we are not founded on the basis of prophets and apostles, nor is the nation.”
“Ron has a commitment to pay the heavy price required to speak hard words, instead of superficial flux, and to do it in a compassionate and gentle way,” says Bishop Bill Atwood of the Nairobi Anglican Church of Kenya.
Since Ron’s emigration to the United States, he has been used powerfully by the Lord, ministering healing and building up the body of Christ.
In 2003, the Holy Spirit directed Ron to expand into the marketplace, where he served as a chief strategic officer, working with Fortune 500 companies on diverse methods, executive consulting, mergers and acquisitions and cyber security.
Ron strategically partners with his clientele to support them in achieving their goals and fulfilling their life’s calling, both personally and professionally. His practical process helps clients better understand both themselves and their employees.
Ron’s clients include members of the Texas State Legislature, U.S. Senate and House of Representatives and Life Care Medical Foundation, as well as executives of oil corporations, technology companies, non-government organizations and churches.