Nov. 1, 2021

060. God Calls Me His Baby Girl

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What does having a call on your life look like? The simple answer to this question is to follow our discussion with Kimberly Annette Hardy. Kimberly had a candid and transparent conversation with us today. 

  • Grew up as a PK (Preacher’s Kid)
    • She heard her father preparing for sermons around the house 
    • She was six years old when she was baptized because her dad preached on the death angel
    • Kim was a mischievous child and knew she did not want to go to hell
    • She used to steal from her father and her babysitter
  • Being rebaptized during college
    • Kimberly was rebaptized at the age of 18 when she went off to college  
    • She would listen to Christian music and write prayers at the age of 14
    • She established a relationship with the Lord for herself because of issues in her personal and family life
  • Mental break and graduate
    • Kimberly attended a predominantly white university where knowledge was their god
    • She experienced racism, losing a good friend and separation from her twin sister  
    • She began hearing voices, experiencing sleepless nights and everything became overwhelming
  • Treatment and understanding humility
    • Mental health is hereditary her great grandmother was admitted into asylums 
    • She knew she had to take the medication but she did not like the way it made her feel
  • Kimberly uses her platform to enrich and encourage others and you can reach her on
    • Facebook: Kimberly Annette
    • IG: KimberlyAnnette.96
    • Email:

The way to salvation:

  • Hear: Romans 10:17
  • Believe: Hebrews 11:6
  • Repent: Acts 17:30-31
  • Confess: Matthew 10:32

Be Baptized: Mark 16:15-16

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