Scott Campbell | Homebound Prodigal

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Homebound Prodigal

by Scott Campbell

Scott’s second CD of original material examines what it means to be “homebound”—to be separated from God in every way, to experience His awesome grace and forgiveness, and finally, to begin the journey homeward.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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1. Saviour
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2. By My Side
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3. The Tongue
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4. Homebound Prodigal
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5. Second Chance
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6. Awesome
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7. Emmaus
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8. Wings of an Eagle
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9. Gethsemane
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10. The Birthday Party
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11. Joseph's Journal
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12. Prodigal remix
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Scott was born in Beaufort, SC and born again in 1979. For a couple of years before he was saved, Scott was a lead singer in a rock band and lived a “rock-n-roll” life style. Then he met Jesus.

What happens when a lead singer in a rock band meets Jesus? As Scott says,

“It was more like a collision than a meeting, but that’s what it took to get my attention. I always thought that a “rock-n-roll” life style was the good life.
Turns out, it was no life at all.”

And that’s when everything began to change. Through faith in Christ, Scott was introduced to the true meaning of a fulfilling life. From that moment forward, his singing and songwriting began to reflect how the mercy and patience of a loving God led him from a life bent on destruction to a life filled with “a hope and a future” (Jeremiah 29:11).

Scott is based in Hartsville, S.C and is a member of Lakeview Baptist Church; he is married with one son. To learn more about his ministry and music, visit his website at www.tackleboxministry.com or email him at tawetal@aol.com


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Robin

Another excellent group of story-telling songs
This CD is quite impressive and the stories that are told through music and word hit home. Christians are all home-bound prodigals and share in some of these emotional experiences.