Rev. Delwyn and Lenita Campbell

Serving the Lord in Gary, Indiana


The Rev. Delwyn Campbell serves the Lord through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) as a strategic mission developer in Gary, Ind. In this role, he leads the development of missionary outreach and supports the health and growth of the current Lutheran population in the area. Delwyn provides pastoral care through Word and Sacrament ministry to St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and serves as campus chaplain to Ascension Lutheran Christian School.

Delwyn’s hometown is Gary, Ind. He received a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts and sciences from San Diego State University and a master’s degree in theology from Christ College at Concordia University Irvine, Irvine, Calif. Before entering the ministry, Delwyn worked in radio broadcasting, banking and education. He served as the vacancy pastor at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Hemet, Calif., before accepting his current assignment. In addition to providing pastoral care, Delwyn co-hosts “The Breakfast Club,” a weekday morning news/talk radio show on WLTH 1370 AM/92.7 FM in Gary.

Delwyn’s wife, Lenita, hails from Long Beach, Calif. She received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Liberty University. Prior to moving to Gary, she worked in customer service and clerical support. She now owns Nita Notary, LLC, a mobile notary and loan-signing service. Delwyn and Lenita have three children: Delwyn II, who is pursuing an HVAC career at IVY Tech and is teaching music; Daniyah, who loves computer coding and gaming; and Dinah, who loves dancing and wants to become a model.


Pray for Delwyn and Lenita as they serve in Gary. Ask God to be with the entire Campbell family as they model and share God’s love with their neighbors. Pray that God will strengthen His children to participate in the missio Dei with joy. Pray for the city of Gary, that its residents would hear the pure Gospel and be transformed. Pray for the hearts of people who will partner with the Campbell family in prayer and financial support so the mission can go forward without fear of logistical failure. Let us give thanks that the Campbell family is serving God’s children in Gary.

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Additional Information

  • Birthdays:
    • Delwyn - March 4
    • Lenita - Aug. 27
    • Delwyn - Nov. 16
    • Daniyah - March 11
    • Dinah - Oct. 10
  • Wedding Anniversary: May 27
  • Home District: Indiana

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