Kimberly Broerman is a Christian spiritual director, teacher and retreat leader. After serving as a pastor at Saint Mark UMC in Atlanta, she created Deep Waters Center for Prayer and Exploration, where she guides folks in exploring the spiritual life through one-on-one conversations, small groups, talks, retreats and workshops.
A graduate of Candler School of Theology, and an associate at Green Bough House of Prayer, Kimberly has a passion for helping folks grow in their sense of God’s love and movement in their lives. She has been trained in spiritual formation through Upper Room’s Companions in Ministry program, Contemplative Living and Centering Prayer courses at Atlanta’s Julian of Norwich Center, and the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, NM. Kimberly has been studying and working with the Enneagram for the past fifteen years, training and seeking certification in Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition.
Kimberly enjoys being outdoors, writing, yoga, gardening, cooking, and gathering with friends. She lives with her husband Michael and sons Theo and Luca in the East Lake neighborhood of Atlanta