Chiseled – Kim McNeal

Chiseled – Kim McNeal

I shared my story and provided the backdrop of how all of my history has informed my relationship with Jesus; I am a musician, a woman, an African American and ALL of me is what I bring to the table and ALL of me is what Jesus loves and receives. We are all Imago Dei and those who love Jesus have as our chief desire to continually be conformed and transformed into His likeness. The name of my sermon is “Chiseled”.

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Kimball Honoré McNeal and her husband have lived in Raleigh, North Carolina for nineteen years, but Kim is a proud daughter of the “City of Brotherly Love” (#goeagles). Kim is a writer, an erstwhile photographer and is currently an elder and worship leader at Raleigh Vineyard Church. Having been a witness of the way that God uses His word to set His people free, Kim is actively involved in teaching in the women’s ministries at her church. Her passion is to help to equip the daughters of the Kingdom so that they can run at full speed to see and accomplish the will of God in their lives.Having come through trials and difficulties, one of Kim’s favorite scriptures is from the Amplified Bible, Proverbs 11:2;
“When swelling and pride come, then emptiness and shame come also; but with the humble (those who are lowly, WHO HAVE BEEN PRUNED OR CHISELED BY TRIAL, and renounce self) are skillful and godly wisdom and soundness.”