We had the good fortune of connecting with Camellia Hill and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Camellia, what do you attribute your success to?
Great question. I believe the most important factor behind the success of my brand is my passion to serve.
Can you open up a bit about your work and career? We’re big fans and we’d love for our community to learn more about your work.
As the visionary of the CamRH Movement by way of CamRH Ministries, I had the awesome opportunity to serve in outreach for over 30 years. My scope began as a youth by accompanying her mother (an international missionary) and siblings on various outreach events. From those experiences, my outreach passion was birthed. Although, serving is one of my innate traits, it comes with challenges because to the naked-eye you are doing the unnecessary. In short, the negative energy of jealous tends rear its head. So, I learned early that my commitment had to be protect my servant mentally. During my outreach career I traveled throughout United States as well as internationally to various locations in the Northern Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere.
In the year 2004, I received a greater revelation of my call into the ministry. As the Lord would allow I continued evolving through ministry mentorship from Evangelist Madie W. Hill, Pastor Ellen Hagwood, and Pastor Darlene Allen Nichols, PhD. On this continued journey I obtained credentials in Biblical Studies from the Evangelical Training Association (ETA) under the tutelage of Pastor Darlene Allen Nichols, PhD. I officially confirmed my ministry mandate in June 2019 upon completion and passing on my ordination examination. My ecclesiastical license as an ordained minister is under DAN Ministries, Inc. I am an itinerant evangelist, author, educator, philanthropist, servant leader, and motivational speaker. In addition, on an academic level I am in a holding place with my degree of Masters in Communications.
“My hope is to remain committed to being a catalyst for change”. This is being continuously birthed through the CamRH Movement, where I assist single-parent families that are impoverished/misplaced families as a result of involuntary circumstances such as domestic violence
I’ll close where I started with declaring that serving and outreach is a prime proponent of Camellia Hill and the CamRH Ministries non profit brand.
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
Daily breakfast would be at Founding Farmers in Washington, DC because their farm to table food is the best along their Banana Foster French Toast.
Lunch would be at the Rice Bar on G Street Monday through Thursday, the variety of food is exciting and on Friday Paul, a nice little French cafe on Pennsylvania Ave in SE, Washington, DC to grab a couple of macarons.
For dinner, it is a no brainer Monday through Thursday my fav Fogo de Chao and on Friday you cannot go wrong with seafood, so Mo’s in Baltimore will be the spot for their Crab Imperial.
The hanging out itinerary would be Friday afternoon getting a floating massage as the refresher.
In the Friday grande finale, after dinner we would hang out in Baltimore to check the water festivities.
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
Parents Curtis and Madie Hill, siblings, Pastor Ellen Hagwood, and Pastor Darlene Allen Nichols, PhD
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