Kim Anthony

Kim Anthony is an author, speaker and leadership coach, who has a passion to help others walk in the fullness of who they were created to be.

As a part of Athletes in Action's Pro Staff, Kim served as Chaplain for the Miami Dolphins wives for 10 years and continues to coach and mentor the wives of NFL players, head coaches and executives around the League. She also travels the nation sharing her message of hope, forgiveness and purpose with audiences ranging from inner-city youth to corporate executives.

Kim’s book, Unfavorable Odds, is an inspiring memoir detailing how she overcame growing up in an environment surrounded by drugs, violence and financial hardships and went on to break racial barriers and become an international gymnastics champion.

Kim Anthony has two adult children and resides in Southwest, Ohio with Corwin, her husband of over 27 years.

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"My life is over." That's what Herman Mendoza thought as he raised his arms in surrender. The police had his house surrounded. His kids were in bed while his wife tried to defend him. He tried to run, but it was useless. A once powerful drug lord, Herman now faced life in prison. And "life" is exactly what he found there. View Show Notes →
Author & sports reporter Kim Anthony peeled back the layers of her secret world filled with drugs, violence, & financial strain to overcome unfavorable odds. View Show Notes →
Author & sports reporter Kim Anthony grew up with scarring realities. She relates a life story of unfavorable odds—and the moment that changed everything. View Show Notes →
Season 5 is delayed until at least Fall of 2021. Until then, you can catch up on past episodes and soon a bonus episode with figure skater Scott Hamilton! View Show Notes →
As we approach Mother's day in this disruptive spring of 2020, let's consider the effort moms are putting in just to keep our society running as well as possible. Ron Deal, Laura Petherbridge, Kim Anthony, and Tim Challies share about the enduring influence of mothers. View Show Notes →
Kim Anthony talks with human trafficking expert Rebecca Bender. Bender fell into prostitution through the encouragement of her boyfriend who was a trafficker, and explains how she turned to drugs and eventually overdosed. Bender tells how she eventually escaped. View Show Notes →
As a former elite athlete, Kim Anthony has lived with the burden of perfectionism. She shares her story, including the revelation of the unearnable love of God, and how it changed her life. View Show Notes →
Dr. René Rochester and her best friend committed to each other they would get yearly mammograms. The year she almost missed it, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Dr. Rochester discusses how God sustained her. View Show Notes →
When Sarah Mae became pregnant as a teen, she chose abortion when encouraged by both her grandmothers. But through the shame and sadness, God's love still pursued Sarah. View Show Notes →
Anthony Thompson's wife was one of nine people murdered on June 17, 2015 in Charleston, South Carolina. At the bond hearing, he stood before the killer and said, "I forgive you." What enabled him to say that? View Show Notes →
Katherine Clark was a busy mom. But the arc of her life was redirected by an accident. Katherine talks to Kim Anthony about her two-year journey of fear, faith, acceptance, and healing from total paralysis. View Show Notes →
For Heath Adamson, Psalm 23 is more than a familiar verse. Heath's journey included detours through abuse, drug addiction, and homelessness. Kim Anthony explores the riches of Psalm 23 with Adamson. View Show Notes →
Cameron Cole seemed to be one of those lucky few who actually achieved the dream of a life free of trouble. But in one day Cameron's illusion of charmed perfection was shattered by four shocking words: "Our son is dead." View Show Notes →
For 17-year-old Chelsea Sobolik, key signals of her passage into womanhood were late-very late. Chelsea Sobolik reveals how a difficult diagnosis led her on a journey of self-discovery. View Show Notes →
He used porn, she used "helpful" words; both behaviors contributed to a marriage on the rocks. Meg Miller tells her story to Kim Anthony. View Show Notes →