James and Janis Campbell

Janis and James Campbell enjoy the fellowship and love of the Carmichael Seventh-day Adventist Church where they have been members since 2005.

Janis moved to Gold River in 2000 to be close to her three daughters after the loss of her late husband, Richard C Larsen, in a freeway accident. Richard a physician and Janis a nurse served in health care together for 34 years in Trinidad and Peurto Rico and several places on the U S mainland.

Janis was one of the first ladies to be ordained as a local church elder.  She loves to explore Bible and Ellen White insights into the character of God and the Great Controversy between good and evil.

James and his late wife Frances (Bader) Campbell came to Folsom in 2005 to enjoy being near their son Richard and daughter-in-law Lyris and their youngest grandchildren, Aidan and Siena.  A few months after moving to Sacramento County, Frances died of cancer.  James and Frances served together In ministry for 51 years in their native Canada, the U S A, India and the Guam Micronesia Mission.

Janis and James have found love and support together since their marriage on New Years Eve, 2006.

Since Retirement, in 2001, James volunteered as a chaplain, and 12 years as Gospel Outreach Director in India and Nepal. James and Janis assisted for some time at the Carmichael Community Service Food Pantry.

During the Covid Pandemic, Janis and James provided caring support to several who have suffered illness and death.  They continue to minister to precious
people who otherwise would be very much alone.

James often sends inspirational e-mails to as many as 300 or more family and friends.