Franklin Camp

Franklin Camp

Brother Camp was born in Munford, Alabama, in 1915. He began to preach in 1935. His father and grandfather were both preachers of the ancient faith before him. Both would be deeply pleased to see the great work that their son and grandson has done and continues to do by word of mouth and by the prolific pen he wields so mightily and magnificently. Brother Camp attended David Lipscomb College and while there formed a lifelong friendship with Brother Willard Collins. They were roommates in Lipscomb. He labored locally with the Munford, Alabama Church, his home congregation, for twelve years: Park Avenue in LaGrange, Georgia, for two years; the church in East Gadsden, Alabama, thirteen years; began in 1962 at Shades Mountain congregation in Birmingham for some ten years; came to Adamsville Church in 1974 where he worked for some twelve years; went back to East Gadsden for two years and left in 1988; and returned to the Adamsville congregation until his death in 1991. Long ministries have steadfastly characterized his local ministries. His work of faith and labor of love among these churches have been fruitful and faithful. Since 1972 he has devoted his time to writing, lecturing, giving special lessons to Bible teachers and holding gospel meetings throughout the country. "How to Study the Bible" "Evolution" "The Work of the Holy Spirit" and "Inspiration of the Bible" have been a few of the special themes on which he has lectured through the years. Much of Brother Camp's material has been made available through the years in book form or on cassette tape and now on CD.


This material available from:
Chula Vista Bookstore
www.chulavistabooks.com
420 Chula Vista Mnt.
Pell City, Alabama 35125
(205) 338-1843
 



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