Kim Mula-Hyatt
Children & Youth Leader

Hello! My name is Kimberly and I was raised right here in Toronto! I have 4 brothers, 1 sister, an amazing husband and step-son, and a little one on the way!

In my high school years, I was introduced to Christianity through doing volunteer work in community housing neighbourhoods. After that, however, I became a high school drop-out, was heavily involved in drugs and alcohol and, after experiencing a 2nd abortion, was severely depressed over the choices I had been making in my life. Looking for something more in life, I decided to enrol into Tyndale, a Christian university, as an adult student. It was in my 4 years of post-secondary that I fully gave my life to Christ.

In my 2nd year of university, I found the Salvation Army church, which was the first church community I had ever been a part of. Within this community, God has made room for me to sing, to work with children, and to be part of a community that sees me as His creation, and not the sins I’ve allowed to define me in the past.

With a broken home life, I’ve learned to fully rely on God as my father, and He’s provided for me a loving family through church community. My life has been transformed, as a high school drop-out who has now graduated from college and university and has even had the opportunity to enroll into her masters. I’ve been privileged to work with children/youth and in ministry which are both areas of life that I am so passionate about. 

God has given me full purpose, and has made way for it to be fulfilled through Him.

I am so blessed.

A scripture that represents so much of my life is 1 Timothy 1:15-16, which says “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners-of whom I am the worst. But for that very reason I was shown mercy so that in me, the worst of sinners, Christ Jesus might display his immense patience as an example for those who would believe in him and receive eternal life.”

I fully believe that in God’s sovereignty, He’s saved me even with my heart-breaking choices, so that others could know that they too could turn their life around, just by knowing Jesus.