- My Local
- My Reach
- My Self
Kim Lokken serves in the western metro counties of Minneapolis. The area has great diversity with farms and residential cities largely inhabited by those who commute to the Minneapolis metro area for work.
A 2010 survey revealed that 45.7% of residents in Hennepin County claimed no religious adherence. This, coupled with the fact that Carver and Hennepin counties rank first and third for population growth in Minnesota (2010-2016), only highlights the desperate need for the gospel in this demographic.
The prisons and jails are filled with people who want something different for themselves, but simply don’t know where to turn or what to do. Prisons offer various programs to help inmates, yet 68% return within three years and 77% within five years of their release. These people are hungry. They are looking for a way out. They are looking for true hope.
After seeing the need in her community, Kim felt called to share the simplicity of the gospel and its life-changing impact through Jesus Christ. She finds no greater joy than sharing what Jesus Christ has done for ‘the least of these’ and who they can become when they place their faith and trust in Him.
Through Kim’s involvement in prison ministry she has become impassioned to support those reentering society from corrections. “I am homeless. I struggle with addiction. And I’m getting out soon.” These words, spoken to Kim, were her call to greater involvement. Her God-given vision is to one day offer a place of transitional care to those in need.
Kim Lokken became an approved candidate with InFaith in 2018.
Kim was born and raised in western Minnesota and now resides in Watertown, MN. She has a husband of 27 years, David, and two sons, Zachary and Nicholas.
God radically captured Kim’s heart in 2008 and called her into vocational ministry in 2011. In response to that calling, Kim attended Bethel University and then the University of Northwestern St. Paul where she graduated with a Masters in Theological Studies and later a Master of Divinity.
Kim loves InFaith's passion for Jesus, their solid grounding in Scripture, and their heart to reach the lost, dying, and dark places of this nation.