I can remember the day very clearly. I was sitting in a Beth Moore conference during one of the sessions when God clearly spoke to my heart. Beth had asked all the women who hated themselves, either currently or in the past, to please stand up. In a crowd of over 6,000 women, more than 2/3 of the auditorium stood up. My heart just broke. And that was the day I decided to dedicate my ministry to helping women find their God-given potential and self-worth. I believe the reason most women hate themselves is because they live their lives trying to please others at the cost of losing themselves. I want you to find yourself again. And to truly love who you are.
The heart of my messages is that I believe we all have a God-given destiny and purpose. And I believe that in order to fully live out that destiny and purpose we need to be true to ourselves and to others. In other words, we need to live an authentic lifestyle. For most, this is hard to define. What does an authentic life look like? How do I know if I’m truly being authentic? I believe in the power of authenticity and I hope you’ll join me on this journey toward living a more authentic lifestyle so you can find yourself, perhaps for the first time.
More About Me
Hi, I’m Kimberly. I am married to my husband Steve and we have three children (26, 24, 7). We live on a ranch in Tennessee where we raise black Angus cattle. I love studying the Word, spending time with family and capturing life in photographs.
I am a born-again believer ~ a Christian. As a child, I could feel the presence of God in my life even though I didn’t know Him then. But at the age of 23, I met Jesus face-to-face and I have never been the same! I became a new person, totally sold-out and surrendered to the Lord. That doesn’t mean I’ve been perfect, just passionate. I’ve made more mistakes that I’d like to admit. Even so, I just can’t quit loving Him and daily pursuing a relationship with Him. My life truly exemplifies His grace and mercy because I fail Him everyday, yet He still loves me and forgives me. I don’t think I’ll ever comprehend this love. It’s unconditional.