Kimberly S. Majeski

Prof. Kimberly S. Majeski
Address1100 East Fifth Street
Anderson, IN

Instructor in Biblical Studies, Anderson University School of Theology

M.Div., Anderson University School, 2003

Kimberly Majeski challenges listeners to find the life-transforming connection between their personal story and the inspiring, ancient story of the Scriptures. As conference speaker, women’s retreat leader, Bible teacher, and pastor, Kimberly captivates audiences with her ability to exposit Biblical truths through storytelling that is engaging, transparent and uplifting.

She grew up in Nashville, Tennessee and graduated from college with a degree in Political Science. After serving on the staff of a United States Congressman and two state representatives including the Speaker of the House and the Majority Floor Leader, Kimberly received a call from God to preach. She immediately began preparing and studying for what has now become her life’s work.

Kimberly served on the pastoral staff of the Trinity First Church of God in Nashville, Tennessee and also served as the Director of Education for the Cumberland Crisis Pregnancy Center in Hendersonville, Tennessee where she enjoyed an extensive speaking ministry taking the message of truth and purity to many churches, women’s events and to over 13,000 young people in the public school system.

Kimberly was ordained by the Church of God (affiliated Anderson, IN) in 2000 and earned her Master of Divinity in 2003 from Anderson University School of Theology while serving as a Ministry Coordinator in the national offices of Women of the Church of God. She is completing her doctoral degree and serving as professor of Biblical Studies at Anderson University School of Theology. Kimberly and her husband, Kevin, live in Anderson, along with their cat, Monkey

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