Steve and Kim Sobey have served as the National Directors for King’s Castle Ministries in Nicaragua since 2009. Their goal is reach every child in Nicaragua with the Gospel by raising up an army of young, Spirit-filled warriors who will boldly declare that “Jesus saves and is coming soon.” Under the Sobeys’ leadership, the ministry in Nicaragua has grown to over 160 local teams consisting of over 4,000 volunteers. These teams are reaching their communities on a regular basis. Each year, they collectively reach hundreds of thousands of children. King’s Castle has also developed powerful programs to disciple children through the local Assemblies of churches. Steve has recently been elected as President of the International Association of King’s Castle Ministries. There are currently 30 countries across Latin America and the world where King’s Castle is making an impact. The goal is to expand to 120 nations over the next 7 years.
Steve has been immersed in ministry to children and youth since earning his degree in Children’s Ministries from Central Bible College in 2002. Before becoming a missionary, he had gained invaluable experience as children’s pastor, camp speaker, evangelist, and leader of national children’s programs.
Kim grew up on the mission field working alongside her parents, Don and Terri Triplett, in El Salvador. She has been involved in ministry ever since she was a child. Her formative years were spent in active evangelism and discipleship with King’s Castle ministries. After high school, Kim joined Master’s Commission at First Assembly in Phoenix, Arizona. She later attended Central Bible College and Evangel University, earning degrees in Bible and Communication.
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