When abortion just doesn’t add up
March 21, 2017
A look at Bernard Nathanson's journey from abortion provider and political activist to pro-life writer, speaker and advocate.
Kim connects those who are seeking to heal from the pain of child loss through abortion with those who can help, while upholding the case for life. For more resources and a safe space for you to connect with others who are finding God’s love–especially after guilt and grief related to abortion, addictions and other life-controlling issues, follow Kim’s blog here.
Kim is active expressing her faith in community life and in 2006 was appointed by Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty as Chair of the MN Governor’s Council on Faith and Community Service Initiatives. Along with her husband Bruce, she has also volunteered in foreign missions and with ministries serving the homeless, the addict and those in jail and prison.
Kim has worked in Twin Cities broadcasting at KS95, WCCO and KTIS/Faith Radio. Her work during this time led to her Induction to the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2013. Her debut CD Let Love Love You released in October 2014.
Kim is a Member of the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association and has served as conference faculty for Ruth Graham and Friends, Heartbeat International, the Christian Women in Media Association, Lutherans for Life, and Set Apart. She also created and hosted faith-based post-abortion healing conferences which were approved for ongoing credits for mental health professionals by the State of Minnesota.
She studied Theater and Communications at Northwestern University, and holds a B.S. in Ministry from the University of Northwestern-St. Paul, where she also served as Adjunct Faculty, teaching Media Ministries. Kim’s articles have been featured in More to Life Magazine, CBA Retailers + Resources, Minnesota Christian Chronicle, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Saint Paul Pioneer Press, and Minnesota Women’s Press, and she is a frequent guest on pro-life issues on many media outlets.
Kim and Bruce are parents of four adult children, and they make their home in suburban Atlanta.
March 15, 2017
As someone who hears an abortion disclosed, you are in a unique position to kindle hope. Your objective is to listen with love.
March 1, 2017
How do you craft policy and assess needs regarding abortion if you have no reliable handle on the scope of the problem?