Kim is the owner of a business involved in the marketing of domestic insulation products in Sydney, Wollongong and the Blue Mountains.
With his wife, Margaret, he is a member of Padstow Baptist Community Church in Sydney's South-West, and has for many years had a deep interest in the intersections between science and Christianity, as well as politics. They have two adult children, two grandchildren & six grandpets.
Kim is also an active member and regular competitor in Masters Swimming competitions, and has a passion for Classical Music and Opera.
Articles by Kim Beazley.
28 February 2023
I’ve been following the proceedings at Asbury University over the past week or so. First, there was the excellent coverage by a few other writers here at the Daily Declaration. Then I discovered a number of videos posted by certain people who attended, as well [...]
10 February 2023
As we continue in our examination of Handel’s Messiah after the Nativity, we come to four Scripture passages used to show the Messiah’s ministry as a prophetic fulfilment. First is an excerpt from Zechariah 9:9–10: “Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion! Shout, O daughter of [...]
20 December 2022
In our journey through Handel’s Messiah, we’ve now arrived at the account of the Messiah’s birth in Bethlehem. For many years, performing Messiah at Christmas has been a firm tradition all around the world. But that wasn’t always the case. In fact, it was originally [...]
8 December 2022
We are now approaching Christmas, when we celebrate the Messiah’s birth. In our journey through Handel’s Messiah, after the prophetic warning of a deep purification by fire in Haggai and Malachi, we find the prophetic announcement of His coming, all taken from Isaiah.We find the [...]
10 November 2022
Joy is an essential ingredient for revival -- but what exactly is this quality, this gift of the Holy Spirit? We turn to Scripture and church history to see how followers of Christ have exhibited true joy, even while enduring great suffering and persecution. When [...]
11 October 2022
Handel's Messiah draws on scriptural prophecies of a time of persecution, which will be followed by a great revival and the coming of Christ. In the first article of this series, I gave an introduction to what I believe is not only one of the [...]
8 October 2022
Intention Revival ignited through persecution Scripture “… you are Mine! When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and through the rivers, they will not overflow you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be scorched, nor will the flame [...]
6 October 2022
What does the Essendon Football Club debacle demonstrate about how the "virtue" of "tolerance" has changed in modern Western society? There has been a great deal written in the past day or two by a number of Christian commentators on the “resignation” of the new [...]
9 September 2022
Repentance for one's failings and a heart for lost sheep are necessary precursors to revival. To reap a fruitful harvest, we must prepare the ground with care. Recently I wrote about what I saw as some of the current situations and attitudes that hinder revival, [...]
8 September 2022
The inaugural Tim Fischer Oration was delivered last month by former Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson, one of the finest and most decent people I have ever had the pleasure to meet. This is also one of the greatest orations I have come across in [...]