Sue Nilson Kibbey
Rev. Sue Nilson Kibbey is an ordained United Methodist elder who serves as the Director of the Missional Church Consultation Initiative (MCCI) for the West Ohio Conference, a comprehensive 360-degree training and coaching effort that assists congregations and their pastors to jump-start a new life cycle of fruitfulness. Kibbey served as executive pastor of Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church in Tipp City, Ohio for 10 years, where she teamed with Pastor Mike Slaughter to create and deploy the vision of the church as well as provide oversight of the staff and all discipleship/mission initiatives. Sue is also the creator of the Ministry by Strengths program, which helps leaders connect into individualized areas of ministry service passion and is an adjunct professor for ministry leadership at United Theological Seminary. She is a speaker, trainer, consultant and coach across the country.
This training will be led by Rev. Sue Nilson Kibbey, Director of the Bruce Ough Innovation Center at United Theological Seminary, in Dayton, OH. She also was instrumental in developing the Missional Church Consultation Initiative (MCCI). She is the author of Flood Gates: Holy Momentum for a Fearless Church, Ultimate Reliance: Breakthrough Prayer Practices for Leaders, and Dynamite Prayer: A 28-Day Experiment (and many other books).
Rev. Sue Nilson Kibbey will provide new insights and best practices that can set the stage in any church or setting for forward movement. Hear stories, gain ideas and learn more about the MCCI, a revitalization resourcing initiative set to launch in the Wisconsin Conference this year.