Micca Campbell is a national conference speaker with Proverbs31 Ministries, a bible-teacher, and a wife and mother of three. Micca’s passion is for women to Fear Less and Live More abundantly in Christ.
She is the author of, An Untroubled Heart: Finding A Faith Stronger Than All My Fears. Micca has also contributed to several books including, Real-Life Devotional Bible for Women, Encouragement for Today, God’s Purpose For Every Woman, For the Write Reason, and The Reason We Speak. Currently, Micca is working on her next book about experiencing the power of the Holy Spirit in your every day life.
Micca has also been interviewed in magazine articles, blogs, radio, and television appearances. In November of 2014, Micca appeared on the cover of Today’s Christian Living Magazine. In 2004, Parentlife Magazine named her “Mother of the Year,” an honor her children still find humorous to this day.
She also knows what it is to hurt deeply. After a house fire claimed the life of her husband, Micca found herself alone, a new mother, and a widow at the age of 21. Having faced every woman’s greatest fear, Micca found ultimate peace by placing her cares in the care of God. Her story breaths new hope into every hurting heart.
All of Micca’s topics are relevant and real. As a master storyteller, she’s convinced God uses her offbeat, crazy life to provide modern day illustrations for His timeless truths women of all ages can relate to. Her sense of humor brings down walls of resistance allowing the Word to penetrate every heart. Her evangelistic style moves hearts toward Christ and His saving grace.
Micca resides in Nashville, TN with her husband and their three children.
From Micca’s Heart…
I’m a down to earth girl who loves Jesus. Like any Christian, I long to share my story of faith in hopes that others might want to know my God. I never dreamed I would be a part of a nationally known ministry like Proverbs 31. However, God’s dreams for me are always bigger than my own.
That’s a good thing because I don’t want to waste my life. I want it to count–to make a difference–in my family, community, generation, and for the kingdom of God. To make something of value–something worthy to pass on, Jesus must become my life. He must consume me. This is the cry of my heart. Why?
I’m tired of “me.” I’m tired of wondering what others think. I’m sick of living up to someone else’s expectations. I’m weary of falling short and being confined by doubt and fear. I desire to be all God intends for me to be.
As a result, my passion isn’t to inspire women or pat them on the back reassuring them that everything is going to be okay. It’s not. It won’t be okay until Jesus is their all-consuming hunger. When He becomes our Life, our life becomes everything we’ve longed for and more.