B. Daniel Kim
Pastor B. Daniel Kim has been serving as the ordained pastor of Karis Community Fellowship since August of 2006. He is married to his wife, Rachel and they currently have two children, William Jayden and Chloe. Pastor Daniel obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Government from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia and his Masters of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. Pastor Daniel is deeply committed to preaching the Gospel in its entirety, shepherding and caring for our members, and bridging the gap between the first and second generation church. Pastor Daniel enjoys food, sports, music, playing guitar, reading, and just hanging out.
Michelle Anderson grew up around the world and has lived in six countries. She received her nursing diploma in Canada and completed a Bible and Missions diploma at the Evangelical Institute of Greenville, SC. Michelle has served with her husband in missions to Central Asia for 13 years. She enjoys working with women and children and has a heart for the wounded. Michelle and her husband have four children, two in college and two in highschool. She is involved in helping refugees learn English and loves trying new foods. Michelle enjoys reading, camping, hiking, the beach, and hanging out with friends.
Pastor David Kim
Originally from Australia, David loves the beach and anything outdoors. He is passionate about missions and welfare of children. He desires to see children grow in their personal relationship with Christ. David holds degrees from University of New South Wales, University of Sydney and Golden Gate Theological Seminary.
Ahreum You, was born in Korea but lived in Tennessee all her life. She has one sister, Esther. With a degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Tennessee, Aherum has been blessed to work with 3rd graders for 7 years. She will now be working with preschool age children at Karis and is very excited to start this new journey as the Preschool Director.
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