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Kimberly Williams

Kimberly Williams is the Executive Director of the Good Shepherd Volunteers, a Catholic volunteer program that supports recent college graduates to live in community, explore their faith, learn about simple living, and serve in social service agencies domestically and internationally. She has been involved with urban ministry for over twenty years in Newark, NJ, Oakland, CA, Los Angeles, CA, and Washington, DC. She has worked in the fields of addiction, homelessness, education, and volunteer support. Kimberly holds two masters degrees from Fuller Seminary. The concentration of her Masters of Theology degree was self-care for urban workers and her Masters in Intercultural Studies degree explored the connections between pastors and hip hop DJs. She is passionate about building bridges between communities, insightful conversations, puns, and good chocolate.

Resources from Kimberly Williams:

Old Testament Wisdom for Youth Ministry Today

DJing and the Art of Pastoral Care
A Different Spin on the Role of the Pastor, Part 2

Hip Hop and the Art of Pastoral Care
A Different Spin on the Role of the Youth Pastor, Part 1

Urban Contemplative Retreat Guide

Your Struggles
From Coping to Freedom

Your Life
Finding Space to Love God, Your Neighbor, and Yourself in the City

Rest in the City

Good Grief

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