Barry & Kimberly Horst

Warehouse & Shipping Coordinator/Human Resources

Phone: (717) 545-0208 


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Barry and Kimberly Horst work at FIA’s Middletown Headquarters. Barry came to Christ through a neighborhood Vacation Bible School and was called to missionary service through a Children’s Bible Mission (CBM) conference in Washington DC. Barry served as the Building and Maintenance Supervisor at a rural mission hospital in Zambia, Africa in the ‘80’s. He was widowed in 2002. After meeting and marrying Kimberly, they directed a cross-cultural missionary internship program through Brethren-In-Christ World Missions in Honduras and then supported missionary training efforts with Operation Mobilization in England. Barry has a degree in Industrial Engineering and, in addition to serving overseas, was a small business owner for 17 years and more recently has worked in the construction sector. He pulls from his past missionary, business, and construction experience to serve as FIA’s Warehouse/Shipping Coordinator. “I love being able to use my call to missions, skills, and passions to serve at FIA!”

Kimberly became a Christian at a young age which cultivated a love for God’s Word throughout her life. Her studies at Alliance Theological Seminary prepared her to serve as Director of Women’s Ministry at her church, and train as a church planter in the Dominican Republic. After returning to the states, Kimberly served as a public health nurse before meeting and marrying Barry. They ministered together in Honduras and England. Kimberly also has worked in hospice care as an RN and a chaplain. Barry and Kimberly have two adult children, two younger children, and three precious grandsons. At FIA, Kimberly tackles our human resource initiatives by utilizing the compassion gained from her years of missions, nursing, chaplaincy, and life experience. “I love coming alongside new missionaries to care for them, help them avoid common pitfalls, and encourage them to succeed and thrive while fulfilling God’s call on their lives.”