Kim served on the pastoral staff at Green Bay Community Church from 1998 to 2021, working in a variety of ministry roles including baptism classes, weddings, funerals, premarital classes, singles groups and Bible studies. He still serves as a chaplain for the Brown County Sheriff’s Department.
As his accent will quickly tell you, he was born and raised in Texas— Port Arthur — and earned a bachelor's degree in Forestry. Following college, he began attending a church where he was challenged with solid biblical teaching that stirred him into a personal, committed relationship with Christ.
He married Beth in 1985, and they have three sons, Caleb, Ben, and Sam. They began attending GBCC in 1986 while Kim was working for Campus Crusade and Athletes in Action.
Kim enjoys reading (nonfiction, mostly), playing golf and being outdoors. He’s a homebody and a practical guy — when asked what he’d grab in the event of a tornado, he first says his wallet but sentimentally adds a wooden ship model his father made. His favorite film is Gladiator because of the inspirational courage and skillful leadership of the film’s hero.