3 Questions Wednesday with Kim Kintner

Happy Wednesday!  Kim Kintner is adopted by God, wife to one amazing man, mom to seven blessings, an author, speaker and lover of coffee.  Serving in ministry as a Christian camp counselor, children and youth minister and at a college campus ministry over the years grew her passion for the lost, weary and hurting.  Her greatest desire is to extend God’s love and compassion to the brokenhearted.

First Question:

What inspires you?

Kim:  Jesus Christ and the hope of Heaven.

That says it all. 🙂

You’re a new addition to the crayon box. What color would you be and why?

Kim:   Rainbow swirl because my five-year-old would absolutely love to color with a rainbow swirl crayon!

What a fun color! Last question:

As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

Kim: I wanted to be a catcher for the Cleveland Indians Major League Baseball Team.

Very high aspirations! Thanks so much for dropping by, Kim.


Kim’s books

The Stained Glass Family
A Story of Brokenness to Beauty

Do you have a relationship in need of healing? Are your current circumstances overwhelming your contentment in life? Do you desire an improved interpretation of who you are?

In The Stained Glass Family, Kim Kintner will take you on a journey to cultivate healing in your relationship with your Heavenly Father so that you may love yourself and others in a healthier manner. Through healing the void in your life that broken humans cannot fill, your life can transform from brokenness to beauty.

I Love You All the Time, Each and Every Day

I Love You All the Time is a timeless tale of Little Mouse and her Mama sharing God’s unconditional love through everyday feelings.  As children discover emotions, the repetitive, heart-warming affirmation will bond children and adults together.
“I love you through the happy.  I love you through the sad.  I love you through the scared.  I love you through the mad.   I love you through the sleepy.  I love you through the play.  I love you ALL the time, each and every day.”

Enough: Healing Our Identity Crisis (to be released in 2017)

A six-week Bible study on Galatians
 

We never feel we are enough.  Not smart enough.  Not fast enough.  Not old enough.  Not young enough.  Not Christian enough.

The Galatian Church struggled with accepting their grace-given identity in Jesus Christ, just as we do today.  Join Kim Kintner in this study of Paul’s pleading with the people to find their ‘enough’ through the radical Gospel message of grace.

Kim Kintner is adopted by God, wife to one amazing man, mom to seven blessings, an author, speaker and lover of coffee.  Serving in ministry as a Christian camp counselor, children and youth minister and at a college campus ministry over the years grew her passion for the lost, weary and hurting.  Her greatest desire is to extend God’s love and compassion to the brokenhearted.

Her time learning and serving in the campus ministry also introduced her to stateside and overseas humanitarian work where her heart developed a longing to provide aid in orphan care, adoption and foster care.  Kim and her husband adopted all seven of their children through international and stateside adoptions which led Kim to found Hope for Love Ministries to help foster and adoptive children and families.  Kim also writes for Live in the Round: Inspiring Women with the Gospel.  Her first book is, “The Stained Glass Family: A Story of Brokenness to Beauty”.  Her second book (which is a children’s book) is, “I Love You All the Time, Each and Every Day”!  Her third book, “Enough: Healing Our Identity Crisis” a six-week Bible study on Galatians will be released within the next year.