Nordine Campbell


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INTRODUCTION of Journey to Purpose
As I have struggled with infertility and subsequently had a
hysterectomy (removing of the womb) at the age of 25,
barrenness or infertility, is a topic that has, for obvious
reasons, interested me since I know that many women face
this issue and are living in shame, secrecy and depression.
The summary of the benefits and curses of the law as given
to Moses by God shows that if the nation were to be
obedient there would not be any barren men, women or
animals in their population. It also shows that God himself
is capable of either shutting up a womb or opening it as he
wishes. Exodus 23:26, Deuteronomy 7:14.
As I try to share my story of challenges, fears and victories,
I hope it will be a blessing to all who read it.
Pastor Nordine Campbell is the CEO,
founder of Centre of Hope Global
Ministries and children’s charity that
operates internationally. She is also a
Reverend Minister, philanthropist,
educationalist, professional life coach,
international preacher and an apostle.
Her international operations include work in the UK,
Ghana, Uganda, Kenya and Jamaica. Through her
organisation Centre of Hope, her main objective is to
promote charitable purposes, for the benefit of children
living in the UK and developing countries and in particular
to relieve poverty and sickness, advance the education and
protect the good health of children.
Centre of Hope were recipients of the following awards:
Excellence For Educational; Services Award 2004, UK,
Children Educational Charity of the year Award, 2004, UK
and Excellent Mama Africa Award, Ghana, 2012.
She is a dynamic leader, teacher and speaker as well as being a mother and mentor to many.

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