Inspirational, powerful and FUN! If that’s what you’re looking for in a keynote speaker, Kim Bolton is perfect for your next conference, retreat, or special event. Kim is a seasoned minister with years of experience, and her personality and talent are a great source of encouragement to women everywhere she goes. With the release of her book Conversations at the Girlville Diner, Kim Bolton and “Girlville” now go hand-in-hand as a place to receive a heaping helping of humor and hope.
Kim wants to take your women to Girlville, a place of hope, where she reminds women that we have hope in life - no matter what surrounds us - because we serve a mighty God who cares, who knows us by name (Isaiah 45:3), who understands the desires of our heart (1 Chronicles 28:9), who knew us even before we were formed in our mother's womb (Jeremiah 1:5). Kim communicates this HOPE through her ability of blending humorous true-to-life stories with the truth of God's Word in a style that ministers to the needs of a woman’s heart. The wife of Tony Bolton and mother of four children, Kim relates well to the desires and demands placed on women today.
Kim has ministered with Ann Graham Lotz, Kerri Pomarolli, Annie Chapman, Kay Arthur, Liz Curtis Higgs, Karen Kingsbury, Sheila Walsh, Jennifer Rothschild, Lisa Welchel, Point of Grace, Lucy Swindoll, Donna Partow, Babbie Mason, Alicia Williamson, Kim Hill, Joy Williams, Crystal Lewis and a host of others.
The Big Plus - What A Voice!
Touching Hearts With Song
Worship as you never have before as Kim glorifies God in story and song. Kim combines the best of innovative musical sound through her musicianship, worship, and original songs. You'll quickly discover the heart of a psalmist.
Kim is one of the finest singers in Christian music today, and described by CCM magazine as a “vocalist extraordinaire”. Whether from the center stage speaking or at the piano leading worship, Kim knows how to usher her audience into God's presence, a place to be encouraged and renewed.
Tony & Kim
Things I love:
The Word, Family, Peanut Butter, Lipstick, Books, Dishes
Things that matter:
Martin Luther said, "God does not need our good works, but our neighbor does."
Foods: Italian, Mexican, Filet Mignon, Pastries, Peanut Butter
Snacks: nuts, coconut, good homemade cookies, apples and peanut butter
Music: Worship! Intimate, tender worship. Hillsong, PCD, Avalon
Books: "God Calling", "Praying God's Word" by Beth Moore, "Total Forgiveness and The Sensitivity of the Holy Spirit" by R.T. Kendall, "One Million Things to do with Peanut Butter" by George Washington Carver :)
Place: Home and Gulf Coast Beaches