Kim and Reneé helped to start the Wellspring
Christian Center, a new church in Dinuba. Kim
led the worship from almost the very beginning.
The church formed a partnership with the International
Church of the Foursquare Gospel. At that time
Kim took the reigns of a newly formed worship team
and pioneered praise and worship for the church.
When Dr. Kim Wildey's children, Joshua and Kimberly
were nearing high school age, the family moved to
Arkansas to begin ministry with worship and youth
work. They considered themselves missionaries
from the Wellspring Christian Center of the Foursquare
Church. From 1993 to 2000, Dr. Wildey and his
family worked with six churches directly and approximately
thirty churches indirectly. The Wildey Family
worship band was well known and sought after in the
south-western section of Arkansas.
During their tour in Arkansas the Wildey family became
the first white people to join an all black church
(Mt. Zion Methodist Church) in Horatio, Arkansas (1997).
In 2000, the family moved back to California.
Kim went back to college to complete an Associate
Degree in Business English and history and in 2004
attained a Doctorate of Divinity Degree with Mount
Carmel Theological Seminary, a predominantly African-American
Dr. Wildey and his wife Reneé were asked to
minister with "Souls 2 B 1" at the Annadale
Baptist Church in Sanger for around two years.
He was invited to be the associate pastor and the
worship leader at the Dinuba First Southern Baptist
Church and was ordained in 2005.
In 2008 Kim and Reneé were working with the
Foursquare Church when they discovered the Heart of
the Valley church in Visalia. They worked with
that church for around two years.
Presently, Kim and Reneé are freelancing as
worship consultants to churches that are looking to
enhance the worship portion of their services.
Kim currently teaches, consults, coaches and develops
worship for Christ believing churches from a theological
point of view with over 40 years of experience in
the ministry of music.