Kim Sisco


Place of Origin:

SF Bay Area, CA native. Father is an Italian; Mom from the Philippines. I guess you’d say a very diverse home!


Favorite Pastime/Hobby:

Watching YouTube covers/pranks, does sleeping count? Seriously though I love cooking.


Favorite Worship Songs:

"Face to Face" by Frontline

Other: "Holy Ground", "I Love You Lord" & "I Exalt Thee"


Favorite Worship Albums

"One" & "I Can Rest Easy" by Frontline

Other: I get nostalgic hearing Maranatha and any old school Hillsong


Frontline History:

September 2005


Position:

Marketing/Promotions, Worship Leader


Motivation:

Spreading our heart and love for Jesus through leading worship and spreading the word in any way possible…If He can love and choose me, there’s hope for anyone who’d believe…. #grace

Kim Sisco

GOOD EATS

Scripture:

“For I know the plans I have for you, "declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11″ (NIV)

Why I Never Despise Small Beginnings

I grew up singing. Um hello! I have a Filipino mother, so I grew up thinking Karaoke was a daily chore! I was always too shy to sing in public though. At 11 my youth pastor, Pastor Chip Gee snuck me into a high school youth camp to Catalina Island and my life was forever changed. The camp held a talent show and one of my youth leaders who always sang with her sister wanted to do the talent show but her sister wasn’t on the trip. Knowing I sang, she asked me to just practice with her. We practiced outside one of the main buildings which happened to be by the boys bunks which were actually just huts with bunks by the water with NO WALLS so they had tarps and black trash bags hanging to have some privacy. My pastor who was napping woke up and marched toward us asking who was singing? From that moment on I had NO CHOICE! I became the youth worship leader and joined the denominations Youth TalentExpo and went on to nationals in Joplin, MO.

Fast forward a few years; I was a freshman in high school when I accepted God’s call for my life. A lot of the elders in the church would always talk about the anointing and I never really understood what it meant but I always loved singing and watching people enter Gods Presence.

I moved to Phoenix in ’04 and joined Master’s Commission USA and then just fell more in love with the Master.
Kim Sisco