Kimberly Peeler-Ringer is a licensed minister who has been teaching and preaching the words of the Bible for more than two decades. She holds graduate degrees in biblical and religious studies from the Morehouse School of Religion at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia and Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. Her research focuses on the women in the Gospel of John, womanist biblical interpretation, Black feminism, and storytelling.
She is a professional writer and editor, a gifted teacher who has taught Bible courses in both the traditional and virtual classrooms; a sought after speaker and workshop leader, a former television news producer, and Christian Education consultant. She is one of many contributors to the New Interpreter’s Bible Dictionary multi-volume series by Abingdon Press. She specializes in training Sunday school teachers, instruction in utilizing media in ministry, and developing Christian Education courses that use biblical narratives to empower women.