Kim was adopted from China when she was nine months old by a single woman from Nebraska. God blessed her with a beautiful faith-filled mother who raised her brother and her to trust in the Lord at all times. After graduating from a small school in Humphrey, Nebraska, she attended Benedictine College where she earned degrees in Theology and Psychology. It was at Benedictine that she was able to cultivate her passion for mission and service. During her senior year as a Resident Assistant for one of the women’s dorms, one of her fellow RAs, Jocelyne, introduced her to Family Missions Company. She recognized a heart for mission in Kim that matched her own.
After graduating, however, Kim decided to return to Nebraska to be closer to family. She accumulated many titles and job positions while living in Omaha including working as a classroom aide for a Catholic grade school, serving as a youth minister, volunteering on the National Sexual Assault Hotline, and starting/organizing several women’s ministries. But she knew that Love was calling her to something more, something that had been on her heart since high school. After some deep prayer, roses from St. Therese, and discussion with her family, she decided to pursue her desire for missions and is now blessed to be able to serve with Family Missions Company in Taiwan.