Then the way you live will always honor and please the Lord, and your lives will produce every kind of good fruit. All the while, you will grow as you learn to know God better and better. -Colossians 1:10
Kim Johnson is a writer and speaker, and has been a contributing author in books published by Concordia University, Tyndale House and Kregal Publications. Her book, Working Women's Devotions to Go was published in 2007. With a degree in Christian Business, she has extensive experience in church ministry as well as a secular career as a legal secretary.
As a pastor's wife with two teenage daughters, she experienced a devastating, unwanted divorce. God used that experience to equip her and she has been leading adult divorce recovery classes for many years. Constant requests from parents for information to help their teens cope with the fallout from their divorce led Kim to create a book based upon her knowledge, which has been used in conjunction with her adult classes. It was released through publication in 2020.
Currently, Kim serves as Chairman and Secretary of the Board for NEWIM (Network of Evangelical Women in Ministry). Most recently she retired from her position as assistant to the Chief Counsel for the Disneyland Resort. She and her husband reside in Southern California and serve as volunteer Ministry Partners at their local church. They enjoy camping, hiking and fishing, and have a blended family of four adult children and ten grandchildren.
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