Kimberly Dunnam Reisman, is widely known for her effective and engaging preaching and teaching. She is an author, pastor, teacher, and theologian, focusing her work in the areas evangelism, spiritual formation, leadership development, and the intersection between faith and culture. Currently she is the Executive Director of World Methodist Evangelism, she serves on the World Methodist Council Steering Committee and regularly partners with World Methodist Evangelism and the World Methodist Evangelism Institute, providing leadership for their evangelism seminars worldwide.
Kim received a Bachelor’s Degree from Emory University, a Masters of Divinity from Yale Divinity School, and a PhD in theology from Durham University in the United Kingdom. Kim is a senior Harry Denman Fellow, a senior John Wesley Fellow, an Adjunct Professor at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio, Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Washington, and Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky, and a Visiting Fellow at St. John's College, Durham University in the UK.
Kim is the author or co-author of numerous books and studies, including The Christ-Centered Woman: Finding Balance in a World of Extremes and Knowing God in the Sisters Bible study series. The mother of three adult children, Kim and her husband live in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Studies & Books
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The Christ-Centered Woman - Women's Bible Study
What People Are Saying
Six weeks ago, twenty new female friends and I began Kimberly Dunnam Reisman's study, The Christ-Centered Woman. As I entered our classroom after our first week of this study of Ephesians 3, one of my new friends remarked, "Does she (the author) know me? I can't believe how much I needed this study!"
The Christ-Centered Woman provides not only sound theological teaching for a women's study group, but also draws group members closer to one another. The grace and balance emphasized in this well-formatted study created an atmosphere of peace and acceptance fostering the vulnerability and openness vital to an engaged, supportive and enthusiastic group of women.
Each week's video and lessons work well together making this an effective, yet easy study to facilitate. Best of all, seasoned Christians, new believers and those investigating Christianity responded enthusiastically to the study.
As author Kimberly Dunnam Reisman, who serves as executive director of Next Stop Evangelism Ministries and adjunct professor at United Theological Seminary, emphasizes in an introduction, "Over the years, I've learned that balance is not about eliminating chaos; it's about finding a calm center from which to navigate the commitments and challenges of life. And this calm center is found in Jesus Christ."
Together my new friends and I learned that, while we may not be perfect, through the Holy Spirit's guidance and with each other's encouragement, we can become more balanced and Christ-centered.