Episode 19: Finding Peace and Hope Through Grief with Erin Campbell

Episode 19: Finding Peace and Hope Through Grief with Erin Campbell

In Episode 19, Trina sits down with long-time close friend, Erin Campbell. Erin shares with us her heart for Jesus and her desire to lead people to Him. After the devastating loss of her mother from Covid-19 last year, she shares her story of grief, peace, and hope for the future.



Erin’s mission is simply this: To educate and equip people to know, embrace, and pass on truth. She is passionate about bringing the wonder and awe of God into people’s everyday lives and believes strongly in the power of our stories and in the importance of sharing them in a way that brings glory to God.

Erin is founding member of the Original Women’s Conference at Rockford First Assembly. Prior to that she served as a member of the Executive Staff of the Rockford Master’s Commission. She spent six years in the public school system working as a group therapist and curriculum developer. Erin has her degree in Sociology with a heavy minor in Psychology, and is also a licensed minister. Erin spent ten years in full time ministry and has been involved in youth work for over 25 years. She left her position as the Head of the Bible Department at Christian Life High School and as part of the staff of Venue Student Ministries at Rockford First Assembly to focus on being a mom to her 5 year old son, Jack. Erin has written several children’s books- Hark, No Chance Toastypants and For Now We Are Here.

With a love for adventure and a heart for people, Erin has traveled around the world. Recently, her focus has centralized to South East Asia and the fight against human trafficking.

Erin and her husband Aaron will have been married for thirteen years this August; now that Jack is part of the family, they love being parents! Dedicated to teaching God’s truth and raising up restored men and women to influence this culture, the following quote speaks to her passion: ” There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” Soren Kierkegaard.


Where to Find Her:

Instagram: @jerinc