Updated: Dec 28, 2022
Kimberly King is the wife of Corey King, married for 25 years with three wonderful children; Tdarius Markice, Zakeia Tyiece, and Corey Da’Shon. In addition, 3 amazing grandchildren the late Zy’Nyla Michal, Kree Michael, and Skylar Marie. Kimberly was born and raised in Elliott SC where she attended the public schools of Lee County and graduate in 1997 from Mt. Pleasant High school. She graduated from Coker College with a BA degree in Psychology and also holds a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Organization, as well as a certificated Ministry Coach. She was a faithful member of Pentecostal Temple Holiness Church and there she served faithfully as the youth president for over 16 years as well as ordained as a minister in 2004, church administrator, youth Sunday School teacher, and Pastor’s Armobearor under the leadership of District Elder Betty J. Graham.
Kimberly is the published author of “From a Mess to a Miracle; My process wasn’t my permanent position.” From 2008-2015 Kimberly founded and ran The Center of H.O.P.E. The Center of H.O.P.E was a place where afterschool and summer programs were in place for students 6-10 years of age. The Center not only provided a safe haven to enhance education but also provided tour trips to Washington DC, Florida, and North Carolina along with college tours to broaden the scope of possibilities for all youth.
In September 2015, being led by God, Kimberly opened the doors to Divine Restoration Word Global Ministries. Restoration Word Ministry was birth out of the passion to Rebuild, Restore, and Revive the Kingdom. Pastoring became the heart of her life. Along with pastoring, Kimberly is currently a Special Education teacher and the 2021-22 Lee County School District Teacher of the Year.
Kimberly always said, “not my will God but allow your will to be done in my life.” Kimberly loves God with her whole heart and is determined to continue to build the kingdom through ministry. Loving ministry and people are a part of her DNA. From a youth, Kimberly has created avenues to serve the community- Back-to-school bashes, Community gatherings, and Restoration House where she believes this opens the opportunity to exemplify the love of Christ. While she believes that ministry is not about titles, money, or fame she will always be committed to the servant that she was called to be on the earth.
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