It’s been four decades since the Rev. Dr. Kimball Coburn ventured out in faith to serve God in a way that challenges his hearers to be the Church…to feed the hungry, share with the poor, respond to the cry of the powerless and hurting of our world and work for peace. He prefers to be called a servant evangelist and his passion for compassion is genuinely powerful. United Methodist minister, Rev. Rob Calderhead says:
“Kimball Coburn is the epitome of the 21st-century evangelist. He is that ever rarer combination of deep faith, contemporary concern, and complete integrity. He has a passion for God, a passion for people and a passion for the world. He is a modern prophet in the best sense of the word.”
Kimball’s wife, Pam, shares a wonderful ministry and love for children. Through Bible study, storytelling, and arts and crafts, she helps them to discover they are Called To Be The Church too. The Coburn’s love for children and youth come naturally as they are the parents of four grown children and grandparents of six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Kimball often includes music in his services that he and his children have written, recorded and produced through the years for his ministry. They use their voices, instruments and their great spirit to communicate God’s love.