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Prof. Stan Campbell

Stan Campbell Prof. Stan Campbell B.A., M.M
  • Music Ministry Department Chair
  • Chapel Committee Chair
2007-Present

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Schooling

B.A. - Eastern Washington University; M.M - Pacific Lutheran University

Favorite Quote

My favorite quote was something my oldest son said when he was about 3 years old. Having watched me direct choirs in church, my son announced, “When I grow up I want to be a choir wrecker just like my Dad!” 

Where I come from

The oldest of three children, I was born in Dallas, Texas, but grew up in Spokane, Washington.
 

Faith story

I was raised in a Christian home. My parents modeled before me a love for God’s Word and for service to other members of the body of Christ. The son of a teacher, I was genetically predisposed to teaching!
 

Why I teach at Multnomah

I love teaching at Multnomah because I love helping others grow in their faith in Christ and develop their abilities to more effectively serve in His kingdom.
 

Current ministry outside of class

My wife and I are in a group on mission out to our neighborhood with the Good News of Jesus Christ.  I also serve as an elder at our church and serve as a member of the Board of Directors of the Cannon Beach Christian Conference Center in Cannon Beach, Oregon.
 

People who inspire me

I love reading biographies of great men and women who have been used by God to effect change in the world and to build His kingdom. Reading these biographies really inspires me!
 

Favorite chapter in the Bible

Probably my favorite chapter in the Bible is Romans 8 because it reminds me of what I have gained by faith in Christ, how I should live out my faith in Christ, and the tremendous confidence that God is faithful to complete what he has begun in my life.
 

Extra-curricular, non-ministry activities

I love to spend lots of time with my family – which also usually involves eating. I love to read, write, work in my garden, go for walks and hikes with my wife, Cindy, write and arrange music, and dabble in photography, drawing, and painting.
 

Family and other information

I taught instrumental and choral music in Ephrata, Washington and in Beaverton, Oregon and served as an interim private school administrator. I also have twenty years of service as a music and worship pastor in churches in Idaho, southern California, and Portland. While serving as a pastor, I enjoyed planning and leading worship, directing a wide range of vocal and instrumental groups and worship teams, writing, arranging and recording music, teaching God’s Word, and discipling others. I continue to lead worship at conferences as I have for many years.

My wife, Cindy, and I have been married for 36 years. We have two sons, two daughters-in-law, and a beautiful granddaughter.