Student Chase Campbell Receives The Haddon W. Robinson Biblical Preaching Award
Master of Theology (Th.M.) student Chase Repine Campbell recently received the Evangelical Homiletics Society’s Haddon W. Robinson Biblical Preaching Award. The annual contest is named in honor of Dr. Haddon W. Robinson, longtime Gordon-Conwell faculty member, former President of Gordon-Conwell, and one of the world’s foremost experts in biblical preaching. This year’s theme was apocalyptic passages.
For his sermon, entitled “Jesus is Coming, So What?”, Chase preached on Micah 4:1-5. Explaining the future hope and present call of Christians, he teaches that “Micah 4 points to a future day when Jesus will return and establish His kingdom. Jesus also shows us what that means for us in the present. Specifically, Micah calls us to be a foretaste of that future kingdom by boldly living out our faith, standing firm in God’s truth, sharing God’s peace, and extending Christ’s love. In doing so, we offer this lost and broken world a glimpse of the great hope we have in Jesus and His coming kingdom.”
Chase worked as a commercial carpenter before feeling called to ordained ministry. While pursuing his Th.M., he serves as the Associate Rector at Christ Church of Atlanta alongside his wife of 14 years, Jamie, and their three children: Lydia, Jude, and Rachel.