Kimberley Salmon

Press Services International

Kimberley Salmon from Jamaica West Indies is a praise and worship leader who remains passionate about touching hearts through singing and writing as she thrives to become a published author of Christian women’s fiction. She loves the Gospel of Jesus Christ and is grateful for God’s saving grace which continues to transform her life. As a senior Press Service International Columnist, she is elated that she can now share her journey with God with the world. 

  • Thou preparest a table before me

    In the past year lots of things have changed for us as humans. Amidst covid-19, life has taken on a whole new normal.

  • That redeeming love…

    Have you ever read the book of Hosea? The story is not your average love story, but it holds a profound meaning in the Kingdom of God.

  • Order my steps…

    Have you ever applied for a job, got the interview, did exceptionally well in it, then was told you did not get the job?

  • Adopted sons

    What is the first thought that pops into your mind when you think of the word adoption? For different people it may mean different things and convey differing emotions.

  • The Bridgerton effect

    Though not a Christian series, the Netflix period drama, Bridgerton reminded me of that time when honour and duty governed society.

  • That obsession with superheroes

    We live in an era where people are obsessed with caped crusaders. Between Marvel™ and DC Comics™, we have a plethora of superheroes to choose from.

  • The good place?

    I stumbled upon a rather peculiar series called ‘The Good Place’. As you may have guessed, the series focused on the afterlife in what should be heaven.

  • But love is enough

    Those butterflies you get in your stomach. The way your eyes and being light up when they walk by or talk to you. The dreams you have of being with them for all time. You spend every waking moment together and you could never believe that one person could change your entire life in this way. Every dream you have is coloured by their existence, and you wonder how you ever lived without this person.

  • Against all odds

    When I was younger, I had a dream to be a diplomat. Promptly I was told by two family members that I was not pursuing subjects to pursue that career, history being one.

  • Your friendship could change a life

    “There are days, when I feel the best of me is ready to give in. Then there are days, when I feel, I am letting go, soaring on the wind…” the opening verse of Jacqui Velazquez’s On My Knees.