From the womb, Kimberlyn J. Jones was anointed to be an encourager to God’s people. Began writing short skits at the age of 15, has written/produced three stage plays, “Baby, I’ve Got What You Need”, “Decisions” and “Real Life”.
The daughter of a humble, loving, kind God-fearing mother (Arbedella Ford), who raised her together with her husband (Henry Ford), a Pastor, who lived by his motto, “If I Can Help Somebody as I travel along, then my living shall not be in vain.” After his passing, Kim adopted his motto and dedicated her life to encouraging people to be who God created them to be and never accept mediocrity.
While working faithfully in the church, Kim discovered God blessed her with a special love for people who had been wounded, abused, neglected, and cast aside. Her love and passion for people led to the writing of the best seller, “Me Inside Out”
Kim pursued her higher learning at CSULB, later transferring to a private Christian University, Bible Institute of Los Angeles (Biola), to obtain her bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership.
The mother of two, Jonathan and Jalecia, who are the apples of her eye.
She was called to minister the Gospel of Jesus Christ in March 1991, was license to preach in September 1991 and ordained April 1997.
In June 1991, she founded Help Somebody Ministries, a ministry established to help meet the needs of the least, the lost and the left out. Her profession is Financial Manager for the Department of Defense, but her passion is serving as Pastor of Help Somebody Ministries.
If asked the question, “what would you want everyone to know about you?” Her response would be, “I love the Lord, my family, and His Church; and, my desire is to please God in being a blessing to all.”
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Me Inside Out
by Kimberlyn Jones
Who is me? Me is that man or woman who can’t be who they are because too much stuff is piled on top of them –their past, their pain, disappointments, failures, etc. Me is that inner you that’s dying to come out, but are afraid to because of what people might see, say or do. This book will encourage all to let "ME" out!
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