Kim P. Hargrove is a licensed and ordained Minister and Evangelist.
She is a graduate of The College of William and Mary, where
she studied religion and received a B.A. in Sociology. On November
10, 1987, Rev. Hargrove by the out pouring of the Holy Spirit was
led to write inspirational poetry. Her booklet Revelations
was published in 1988. In 1994, the family moved to Korea where
she grew closer to the Lord and became active in bible study and
Women's Ministry. In 1995, Rev. Hargrove joined the Christian
Women's Fellowship and the Chapel's lunch time bible study. While
in Korea, she wrote a collection of short stories entitled Stories
of Faith. On returning to the United States in 1996,
Rev. Hargrove worshiped at Barnes Avenue Friendship Chapel, Fort
Gordon, Georgia and became a member of the Protestant Women of the
Chapel (PWOC). In 1997 she was elected Vice President-Spiritual
Life of the PWOC and began to teach bible study. She also began
to publish the monthly Christian newsletter, Thank
1998, Rev. Hargrove moved to Alexandria, Virginia and began to worship
at Gunston Chapel, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Here she served as Parish
Council Secretary, Gospel Coordinator for Gunston Chapel and Religious
Education Coordinator for Fort Belvoir Protestant Services. Rev.
Hargrove reorganized and restructured the Sunday School and brought
two congregations together into one united, post-wide Sunday School.
Rev. Hargrove served as a teacher of Wednesday Night Bible Study
and as editor of the Christian newsletter A More Excellent Way
for Gunston Chapel. She was also a member of the PWOC where she
served as a bible study teacher and newsletter editor of Glad
Tidings, the PWOC monthly publication.
2001-2002, Rev. Hargrove worshiped at Argonne Hills Chapel Center,
Fort Meade, Maryland where she taught an adult Sunday School class.
She taught and coordinated bible studies for the PWOC as the Spiritual
Life Chairperson. She was a member of the Chapel's Intercessory
2003 - 2007, Rev. Hargrove served as an Associate Minister in Norfolk,
VA. She was the Minister of Christian Education, the Missionary
Society, and the Prayer Ministry. Rev. Hargrove was a Sunday
School teacher and leader of the Noon Day Bible Study. Rev.
Hargrove also led a weekly Bible Study for the PWOC at the Norfolk
Amphibious Base - Little Creek.
the call to "go out" Rev. Hargrove founded THANK YOU LORD
MINISTRIES in 2006 as an evangelistic outreach ministry. If you
would like to read a sermon, click More
Word! Currently, Rev. Hargrove serves as an Associate Minister
at Bellamy Ave. Church of God. She has a passion for teaching,
preaching, praying the Word of God and reaching out to others.
Check out Year Review to see what
the minstry is doing!
YOU LORD MINISTRIES would not be possible without the help of so
many faithful supporters and volunteers. I thank my husband,
my sons, my mother, the BMC, PT, my church family and friends for
their endless love, help and support. THANK YOU LORD MINISTRIES
is an ALL VOLUNTEER MINISTRY. No one is paid for their services.
All of our gifts and talents are freely given to this labor of love.
Thank you all for your support! I love you!