Kolaiah Productions

Dear Kim and Renee
On behalf of your new found friends at the Tulare United Methodist Church I want to say “thank you” and “thanks be to God” for sending both of you to assist us in understanding the role of music in worship and helping us better understand how a wide range of music can minister to people of all ages and theological perspectives. Your enthusiasm for God is contagious, your patience unending, and your range of musical understanding has left a permanent positive place in the hearts of all of us here in Tulare.
During your months with us, we grew to appreciate your organizational skills. Additionally, you helped us with the flow of our worship service, the electronics, sounds and visuals. We have reviewed your written analysis of how we can continue to improve our presentation of the Word, time and again. Blessed by your preaching, spoiled by Renee’s accomplished flute presentations, we will forever cherish the Christmas cantata as well.
Although hard to let go, we know that other churches and congregations will benefit as much as we have. God bless you both, your time with us will remain a cherished memory.
Jim Maxfield
Tulare United Methodist Church
Tulare, California

I have known Kim and Renee for over 30 years, and consider them to be personal friends as well as ministry peers. I have watched them grow over the years in their passion for Jesus, and their ability to effectively minister the life of Jesus to others. Their faith is contagious, their hope is an example of perseverance, and their love is tempered through the heat of years of faithfulness. I recommend them as quality followers of Jesus who are continuing to grow in the faith and knowledge of Christ.
Douglas A. Hagey
Ordained Vineyard Pastor
Director of the Practicing Church Network
Shoreline, WA

Please allow me to recommend to you Kim and Reneé Wildey and family. I have known Kim for nine years and worked closely with them for four years. It was always a pleasure to participate with them in ministry. Their love for Jesus and compassion for people are contagious. In a time when families are more casualties than conquerors, the Wildey family is a delightful breath of fresh air.
Pastor Steve Witmer
Previous Pastor of Wellspring Christian Center
Dinuba, California

Dear Friends in Christ,
It is with a great sense of joy that I write this letter to recommend to you a dear brother in Christ: Kim K. Wildey.
Kim and his family were a great blessing to our church on several occasions to minister in music. Our friendship grew between us and our families. Reneé is the kind of wife who loves and supports her family as unto the Lord. Their children, Joshua and Kimberly, are a joy to know and talk to. Truly this is a family who are biblically grounded and warmly devoted to serving others as unto our Lord Jesus Christ.
You will grow to love the entire family because of their obvious love for Christ and His people. Kim’s gifts are many and evident. I consider it a privilege to call Kim my brother in Christ… and stand ready to serve our Lord.
Reverend Ray A. McDonald
Previous Pastor of First Southern Baptist Church
Lockesburg, Arkansas

I became acquainted with the Wildeys in my pastorate with the First Southern Baptist Church in Horatio, Arkansas. Kim and Reneé served there, along with me, as our part time youth ministers. They did a wonderful job for about one year… I know that since that time, God has continued to use this family as a witness to God’s grace and love.
The Wildeys are some of the most humble and completely consecrated Christians I have known anywhere. I believe that God will use them in a magnificent manner, wherever and however He chooses to do so. They will without a doubt give Him absolute glory and honor. May God bless them always.
Dr. J. Fulton Amonette
Previous Pastor of First Southern Baptist Church
Horatio, Arkansas

The great things about people who have their hearts in tune with God is that they will minister to people wherever they are and in whatever situation they are in. This has been my experience with the Wildeys.
This family exemplifies something that much of the world has forgotten; the family can function as a unit, minister as a unit, and exalt the Name of the Lord Jesus as a unit. This family has one of the most anointed ministries that I have come in contact with. While their music touches so many lives, the one thing that I cannot ignore is the fact that they are so directed by the voice of the Lord. Nothing can take the place of the obedience that I see in them toward the Lord.
I have personally watched so many lives being touched by the power of God because one family chose to make a stand. I know that the things I see in their ministry together does not come without commitment and dedication.
I would strongly recommend that any group of people allow the Lord to flow through this family. I believe that the Wildeys are a powerful tool that the Lord Jesus Christ is using in these last days.
Reverend Ronald G. Tilley
Previously with the Hatfield Assembly of God
Hatfield, Arkansas

Everyone likes him because he is witty. Kim likes to laugh and enjoy himself. His sense of humor is refreshing. He is positive in his outlook and not afraid of hard work. His excellent academic standing is evidence of his strong study skills. He was inducted into Phi Theta Kappa during his studies with us… Kim must be a master of time management because he manages to balance school, work, family and a strong commitment to his church with deceptive ease.
Kristina B. Leonard
Communication/English Instructor
Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas

I have known Kim Wildey and his family for almost two years. I have found Kim to be very intelligent with a hunger for learning. He has shown moral and ethical integrity in all my dealings with him. He demonstrates a genuine love and care for other people and a deep reverence for the things of God. I highly recommend Kim for any endeavor to which he may aspire.
Reverend Randy Davis
Previous Pastor of the Lone Oak Baptist Church
DeQueen, Arkansas (Lone Oak Community)

I have been fortunate to get to know him outside of class. Kim is a kind, Christian man who doesn’t mind helping others. Learning is a life-long process and I feel Kim serves as a good example of this as one of our non-traditional students. He takes the time to encourage and assist other students. By sharing some of his own life experiences, he tries to motivate students to stay in school and set goals for themselves. I know he will become a wonderful classroom teacher because he already demonstrates his abilities. He has several qualities that make him a good teacher. He is patient, caring, and willing to listen.
Robbie McKelvy
Mathematics Instructor
Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas

My brother has been a Christian for as long as I can remember and in the music ministry since he was very young. His love for worship music and for worshipping our Lord is apparent in his everyday life as well as in the way he worships, leads others to worship and in the way he conducts business.   His enthusiasm for worship is not only inspiring, but genuine. 
Tony Wildey
Owner - The Computer Guy
Member – Covenant Presbyterian Church, Reno NV