CCCA is pleased to announce that after 14.5 years of service as our National Director, Bill Hodgson along with Faye will be stepping out of this role. He is passing the baton to Allan Gibson supported by his wife Mandy. This change is effective from 1st October 2013. The appointment of Allan to the National Director position has followed a two year leadership transition process facilitated by our National Leadership Team.
The National Leadership Team, the Board and the Oceania Regional Leadership have sensed a clear confirmation of the leading of God in this appointment.
Bill Hodgson will be remaining with CCCA to take on the national leadership of a new ministry initiative mobilising leaders, pastors and church planters to launch multiplying missional communities across Australia. He will also invest time engaged in global leadership development roles as part of the Global Church Movements leadership team.
Bill Hodgson says of the impending handover, “I am thrilled about Allan’s impending appointment recognising his ministry gifting, leadership/coaching experience, spiritual maturity and personal character wonderfully qualify him for the role. I affirm God's clear leading in it all.”
Allan and Mandy have been serving with Campus Crusade for Christ for 27 years, formerly as the National Ministry Leader of Student Life. They spent five years in Orlando serving with the International Campus Leadership Team where Allan was involved with coaching and equipping leaders in many ministry spheres in many countries. Allan is recognised for his strategic thinking, passion for the Lord and desire to see people come to know Jesus Christ personally.
Link: Announcement video
For more information, visit www.ccca.org.au or call Ian Finnan, Communications Team Leader, on 03 9014 7584.
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