Apostle Kimberly L. Nixon is a native of Greenville, South Carolina. She is presently serving as the Senior Leader of Williams Chapel Church, Spring Lake, North Carolina. The United American Freewill Baptist Conference licensed Apostle Nixon as an evangelist at the age of 21 and in 1989 she was ordained.
In 1993 she was elected as the first female Assistant Pastor of Williams Chapel Free Will Baptist Church. Apostle Nixon is affectionately known as an advocate of ministry to all cultures. Her ability to listen and relate to the marginalized and suffering is a God given gift.
Apostle Nixon is a teacher, singer, lecturer, author and preacher who carries a message of hope, healing, and liberation. Under the leading and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, she has traveled abroad and has developed and facilitated many small group ministries within communities, churches, and hospitals.
Apostle Nixon holds an Associate of Applied Science in Business and a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Trinity College & University. She has served in a variety of ministry settings, including Hospital Chaplaincy. Apostle Nixon completed a two-year residency in Clinical Pastoral Education at Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple Texas.
Apostle Nixon has received training in diversity training through Stir-Fry Productions out of Berkley California. She has received the Commander’s Award for Public Service, awarded by the Department of the Army, and also received the Flying Eagle Award, given for outstanding service to the military communities within the 98th Area Support Group in Germany.
Apostle Nixon continues to be active with conference speaking, support groups, pastoral counseling, and cross-cultural ministry. She conducts workshops, seminars and loves to write. She also has a strong clear message laced with humor and grace. Her focus at this season in her life is on ministering liberation and empowerment to the body of Christ. Apostle Kim Nixon believes that it is a mandate and a commission from God to go all into the world preaching deliverance and freedom from oppression.
Apostle Nixon is married to Deacon Michael Nixon and has two children, Michael Jr. and Michele, a Daughter-in-law, Kristie, and two grandchildren, Christopher and Melodee.