Kim Daus-Edwards
"I do not pray for success. I ask for faithfulness."
Mother Teresa
Kim Daus

About Kim

If you ask Kim Daus-Edwards whether she is in business or ministry, she will answer, "Yes!" A Fuller Seminary graduate, she has also worked in high tech companies for twenty years. After years of undercover work for the kingdom in businesses, she has recently been more overt about her passion to integrate faith, work, family, art, and ministry. She currently serves on the leadership team of REP (link to, an organization that equips believers to transform society through business.

As a business executive, Kim led the communications and marketing efforts of several Silicon Valley companies, most recently as director of Organizational Learning and HR Communication at Intuit. A former newspaper and magazine publisher, Kim has also managed worldwide intranet operations and communication strategies, designed innovative learning strategies, and created virtual communities in various capacities with a variety of Fortune 500 companies in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, and Denver, Colorado. Whether designing communication or Web strategies that engage people's heart and invigorate a company, or creating new ways to learn that inspire peak performance, she is passionate about the convergence of business, community, media, and spirit.

Kim has published three books, and speaks internationally on topics of business communications, intranet strategies, and building community. She also preaches or speaks at churches, seminaries, and conferences exploring marketplace ministry and transformation. One of the more innovative presentations she gives uses black and white photography and a process she pioneered called "Visual Exegesis" to introduce people to Scripture or take them deeper into it.

She completed her Masters Degree in Theology and Ethics at Fuller Seminary in 2003, and plans to continue doctorate work in Marketplace Ministry.

Kim says her life's work is all about creating authentic connections and blending different spheres of life in her quest to know Jesus more intimately.

She relaxes when she reads, gardens, makes jewelry, and takes photographs, though since having three little kids, her favorite past-time is spending time with her children. She and her husband live in Sausalito, California and homeschool their kids, the newest additions to their ministry team.