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Location Budapest, Hungary, United States
Introduction I'm Kim and it has always been a passion of mine to inspire by writing...I have always led a life of adventure, but not until God saved me from death to Life, has it brought me New Meaning. I met my Husband at Claim Jumper where I served him a Honey Chicken Brie sandwich. We married within 11 months, and I was gone for 6 of those! Before & during the time I met him, I was serving with YWAM Australia,Thailand, Indonesia,and South Africa doing Missions and Biblical Studies. I have 4 beautiful children who make that 'New meaning' sparkle. Together, we are on the Mission Field via Calvary Chapel in Budapest, Hungary. We are also praying for South Australia, and looking forward to what God is going to do with this family of 6! **You can also Check us out at located in the Blog Interests!
Interests Running, Boxing, Crossfit, Writing, Skits, Photography, Evangelism
Favorite Movies My first favorite Christian Movie is Fireproof. I love how God can restore anything! But how he pursued her After God Pursued Him! My favorite movie for life, since the day I first watched it in '89 is Say Anything. Really, most movies with John Cusack, like Serendipity, are super cute. I love Valkyrie, and Shining Through as well. I tend to lean towards 40's kind of things.
Favorite Music My Favorite Christian Band is and will always be Delirious?, but I still gear towards Classic Rock, it's just part of my hippie nature.
Favorite Books I have a couple of favorite books, beginning with one i read daily, and couldn't breathe without it, The Bible. It's kind of like daily food for those many moments of not wanting to make a decision on my own. It's good to know someone is there, and has not only my best interest, but loves me too. God's Word is a necessity in my life. Books that have touched my life, and will forever be kept in the pocket of my heart are: Redeeming Love, by Francine Rivers The Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexander Dumas The Heavenly Man, by Brother Yun No Compromise by Keith Green