About Tim Cameron

Tim Cameron

First and foremost, Tim Cameron is a passionate follower of Christ. From there he is a husband (Annamae) and father of five great kids and seven grandchildren.

Tim completed his undergraduate work at Oral Roberts University and his graduate studies at the University of Tulsa. He was a division-1 basketball player and had the opportunity to play in venues like Madison Square Gardens and Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indiana (home for the movie, Hooisers). He is a member of the Schoolboy Tournament of Champions Hall of Fame (the most prestegious high school tournament in Oklahoma). He taught for two years at the college level before spending seven years in administration at O.R.U. as Director of Admissions and Financial Aid for the graduate and undergraduate schools.

Following his tenure at ORU Tim entered public education for fifteen years as a school principal. He worked primarily as the senior high school principal at large schools in the Tulsa area. He then served for fourteen years as Headmaster at the largest private school in Oklahoma. During Tim’s tenure in public school he was elected to the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activity Association, the governing body for all athletics and activities in the state of Oklahoma. Tim has served on the boards of numerous organizations. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Alumni Association of Oral Roberts University and Keith Wheeler Ministries. He is president of a local toastmasters chapter in Tulsa.Tim has always served as a local elder in the Body of Christ. He currently serves the Body in intercession, prophetic ministry, and as an elder at Believer’s Church in Tulsa. Tim is married to Annamae; she travels yearly in international missions. Tim writes, travels, and shares his faith daily with others. He is the author of the Amazon Best Seller, The Forty-Day Word Fast with Charisma House Inc. His 2nd book is 40 Days Through the Prayers of Jesus– A Journey to Pray More Like Christ. And third, The Forty-Day Word Fast for Couples.