Coaching you through the messiness of life
Life is too short to feel anxious, overwhelmed, exhausted or hopeless
You were designed for more.
“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.”
I’m passionate about helping people live the abundant life they were created for. I work with women and young ladies who are tired of living in a cycle of pain and defeat and want to find help and hope.
1. Sign Up For Coaching
2. Bring Me Your Mess
3. Leave Transformed
“Kim is someone I knew I could trust with anything. She guided me through my situation by asking questions that made me consider things about myself and my husband that I didn’t consider on my own. She encouraged me to trust and seek God when my instinct was to trust myself. She is a gentle soul who makes you feel comfortable with anything.”
“Kim helped me through a difficult time when I was feeling hopeless. She helped me realize how much junk I was hanging on to and she taught me how to let it go. She always pointed me to God’s truth and not the worlds. Through Kim’s help I learned how to let go and let God!”
“Kim reached me in one of my darkest times. With a heart full of grace she walked beside me and spoke truth in a way that impacted me deeply without pushing me away. Kim is a true mentor and role model for the type of woman I want to be. I’ve been truly blessed to have her in my life and will be forever grateful for my sister in Christ.”
“The Lord used Kim to help me see the unhealthy cycles in my life and how to break free from them. She spoke truth when I was believing lies and pushed me to see myself the way the Lord sees me. I’ve never met anyone better at telling the loving hard truth in a kind way! She has such an anointing for discipleship.”
“Kim helped me through a time of insecurity, low self-esteem, and anxiety. She taught me how to seek God so that he is the number one desire of my heart. Kim showed me how to find my worth and identity in God’s truth rather than in my own thoughts and my external environment.”