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Dr. Kim Maas

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Dr. Kim Maas

Dr. Kim Maas

Dr Kim Maas is a sought-after international speaker, author, and Christian minister. After a radical encounter with the Holy Spirit on March 22, 1994, Kim left her 22-year nursing career to serve God full-time. Her passion is to inspire, encourage, and equip God’s people to move forward in the call of God on their lives. This passion comes through in her preaching, leadership, writing, and everyday life.

Kim has trained and equipped churches, ministries, and individuals to operate in the gift of prophecy in several nations and the United States. She served as a pastor in the local church for many years before becoming a full-time itinerant minister. She is the president and CEO of Kim Maas Ministries, the founder and director of Women of Our Time (WOOT), host of the Move Forward with Dr Kim Maas podcast, and author of ‘Prophetic Community: God’s Call for All to Minister in His Gifts’.

Kim was ordained at The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel and the Apostolic Network of Global Awakening. She earned a Doctorate in Ministry at United Theological Seminary and a Master of Divinity at King’s University. Kim is married to Mike, and they have three children and a growing number of grandchildren.

About Jos

We are pleased to be having Lapis Lazuli Ministry’s annual Kingdom Conference in Jos this year, for the first time.

Jos is a city located in the middle belt region of Nigeria. It is the capital of Plateau State and has a population of over 3.5 million people. It has a pleasant climate and a natural beauty with lush greenery, beautiful hills and waterfalls. This makes it an attractive place to live and raise a family.

The people of Jos are welcoming and hospitable. They are always ready to share their cultural traditions and way of life. In Jos, you have people from different ethnic groups and religious practices and this diversity reflects in the city’s cuisine, music and art.

In the mid 20th century, Jos was known for its thriving Tin mining industry which brought significant growth to the city. This industry has declined over the years. After Nigeria gained independence in 1960, Jos continues to grow and develop in its major commercial and industrial centres.

Christianity has a significant presence in Jos and plays an important role in the city’s history and culture.  According to recent estimates over half of the population in Jos are Christians with the other half being Muslim or adhering to traditional African religions.

The origins of Christianity in Jos can be traced back to the arrival of Christian missionaries in the late 19th century, when the British colonial government invited various Christian denominations to establish missions in Nigeria. Many of these missions were located in and around Jos and have played key roles in spreading the Christian faith throughout the region.

Today, Christianity in Jos is presented by a wide range of denominations including Roman Catholic, Methodist, Anglican, Presbyterian and Pentecostal Churches among others.

In addition to Churches, a number of Christian organisations operate Schools, Hospitals, and Charitable organisations. These institutions have provided important services to the community and are often involved in efforts to promote Social Justice and alleviate poverty.

Like other Northern cities, Jos has experienced, in the past, violence between the religious groups. There is a high-level tolerance now between the different religious groups.

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God's Restoring
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