icuTalks is a powerful way for local, everyday people to share how God’s redeeming love has prevailed in their lives. Every third Tuesday of the month we bring our mission of creating a safe, vulnerable healing environment through authentic sharing of God’s redeeming love to life at Mosaic’s Hope Center 7 pm. We bring speakers together who each share about their Christian walk, but not the gentle, smooth path. Our speakers will share about their pain, struggles, and ultimate redemption.
President of icuTalks
Kim Honeycutt graduated from Columbia College in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and then received a Master of Social Work degree from the University of South Carolina in 1998. After years of working in secular facilities, Kim wanted to be more open about her life as a Christ-centered recovered alcoholic. As a result, she founded Peer In Counseling Center in 2005, a Christ-centered psychotherapy organization open to all seeking emotional healing.
As a Psychotherapist, Kim provides individual, couple, and family therapy services at her Huntersville office. In addition to providing therapy, she also has been published in several magazines including My School Rocks, Static, and Charlotte Woman. Her speaking engagements include Tedx Talk Charlotte, Myers Park High School, Substance Abuse Prevention Services Center, Providence High School, Independence Hill Baptist Church, Mosaic Church, Grace Crossing Church, Grace Covenant Church Women’s Ministry, icuTalks, The Collected Podcast, Columbia College, Empowerment Tour, and Kim is an emcee for icuTalks Hear Voices weekly podcast.
Kim was rated second for Psychotherapist in the Charlotte area by Charlotte Fitness Lifestyles for 2018. She has made regular appearances on television and has been featured on National Public Radio. Her book But Your Mother Loves You: How to Overcome the Cycle of Toxic Love and Live Your Life Without Shame is available on Amazon, online at booksamillion.com and barnesandnoble.com.
Kim is also the President and co-founder of icuTalks a speaking ministry that helps people hear the message of God’s redeeming Love. If you would like more information on Kim’s upcoming speaking engagements, please visit butyourmotherlovesyou.com or icuTalks.org.
Director of Operations – Executive Board
I support icuTalks because is the most authentic and accepting reflection of God’s redeeming love I have found in the church. The stories shared are vulnerable and honest, creating healing for everyone involved.
Kaye has been on the icuTalks Advisory Council since it’s beginning. She has been a Speaker and she also provides for our volunteers to have childcare for their kiddos on event nights. Our icuTalks Director, Kim Honeycutt, officiated the wedding of Kaye and Mike (another Advisory Council member) and helped blend their family of 4 adult children and new grandson. Kaye is a survivor of domestic violence and loves that icuTalks helps others feel heard.
Kathy Davis lives in Denver, NC with her husband and two sons. She works as a CAD engineer in the semiconductor industry. Her history with overt spiritual warfare as well as depression and anxiety has led her to icuTalks, and she hopes to bring Christian awareness to the reality of both these issues, so that people can find full healing among God’s people.
Mike is known for his reliability and quiet sense of purpose as an Advisory Council member and Security Team volunteer. He continuously researches ways to advocate for strong mental, physical, and financial health. Mike and his wife, Kaye, are the family-focused parents of a blended family. He is a Systems Engineer III at Microsoft and also a big softie for their dog, Zoe. Mike is a strong man of faith and truly feels embraced by his icuTalks family.
My name is Birgir (Biggi) Haraldsson and I have volunteered for IcuTalks since the beginning. I am so honored to be a volunteer for His glory and to be part of who we are; creating a safe, vulnerable healing environment through authentic sharing of God’s redeeming love.
After spending the majority of his career in financial roles for Fortune 500 companies, Kurt has dedicated himself to working with small businesses and non-profits. He currently serves as Fractional CFO for several Charlotte businesses, leading them to growth and financial health.
Kurt held previous leadership roles with Mosaic Church and Habitat for Humanity, and now with icuTalks hopes to help lead people to growth and emotional health. Kurt has seen first-hand the impact of emotional and mental struggles and the need for a supportive community and an always-present Father and is incredibly grateful to be a part of this very important endeavor.