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Wesley & Stacey Campbell

Well known International speakers/authors and a prophetic voice to nations from Santa Maria, California


A Prophetic School in Witbank


6 & 7 November
Only R200 per person
Only 130 tickets available


A Conference in Witbank


8 & 9 November
Only R300 per person


Book for both and get it for only R400 per person


A Conference in Bloemfontein


12 – 14 November
Only R300 per person


Early Bird Registration: Book before 31 August 2019 and get 15% Discount!!


Who is Wesley and Stacey Campbell?


Wesley is the founder of Be A Hero International and a board member of Tell Asia Ministries. He has taught throughout the nations on “Praying the Bible.” Wesley is a very gifted teacher. His passion for revival will inspire you and his teachings on Praying the Bible will change your life and the lives of those around you. He founded and pastored a church in Canada for 30 years. While leading this apostolic center, Wesley, along with his wife, Stacey, traveled to between 50 – 100 cities a year, ministering in over 2000 churches and conferences, spanning 70 countries. As popular conference speakers, they labor to see revival and social justice transform the world. Wesley and Stacey have five grown children and reside in Santa Maria, California.

Stacey is a prophetic voice to this generation and has a passion to teach believers to know how to hear the voice of God through proper teaching and strong values. She is the founder of the Canadian Prophetic Council, and has helped launch prophetic roundtables in several nations. She serves as an honorary member of the Apostolic Council of Prophetic Elders, presided over by Dr. Cindy Jacobs. She and her husband, Wesley, are founders a mercy organization for children at risk called “Be A Hero.” Stacey is a board member of Iris Global and together her and Wesley serve on the Apostolic Team of HIM (Harvest International Ministries). In addition, they are the authors of five books and the Praying the Bible CD series. They have ministered in over seventy nations, laboring to see people, cities, and nations transformed. The Campbells have five grown children and live in Santa Maria, California, where they are part of the Healing Rooms of the Santa Maria Valley.