Kim Jones

Kim Jones.

  • Professional writer and speaker with more than 13 years of experience
  • Founding member of Road to Revelation, a Christian rock band
  • Ordained non-denominational minister
  • Freelance writer for Music Times, PopCircle and New Groove Music covering Christian music, faith and life


Kim Jones is a former writer for ThoughtCo who contributed articles about contemporary Christian pop music for 13 years. Kim also worked as managing editor at Music Times, where she wrote— in news, music-review and book-review formats —  about Christian music and the people who make it. She also has written pieces for PopCircle, and New Groove Music.

In 2003, Kim co-founded a Christian rock band called Road to Revelation, which is based in Columbus, Georgia. The band performs both locally and regionally and conducts outreach ministry with youth, college groups, and motorcycle clubs. Kim blogs about religion, faith and life on the band's website, Road to Revelation Ministries.  

Kim Jones is an ordained non-denominational pastor. She is frequently found opening her home or meeting people on their own turf for personal chats, as well as holding counseling sessions on the phone. A skilled communicator, Kim is often invited to speak at colleges, events and conferences. 

ThoughtCo and Dotdash

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