>> Kim's Life/Vision >> Kim's Vision

Kim wrote in her journal:

"I Love the Lord! My dream is to change the whole world for Jesus! I wish everyone could understand how AWESOME GOD is!" (December 26, 1998)

Kim's dream/vision was to tell the world about Jesus. With the help of the following, Kim's dream is alive.


Southwest Baptist Memorial Scholarship


Memorial Scholarship Fund - Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary


A Susan Kimberly Jones Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Kim had just begun her first semester of classes when she was killed. We have established this fund to provide financial aid to a deserving young woman with sending directly to:


Susan Kimberly Jones Memorial Scholarship Fund

Attn: Rodney Geno

SW Baptist Theological Seminary

P.O. Box 22500

Forth Worth, Texas 76122-0500

(800) 923-1921 x2420

Mission Support Fund

Our goal is to establish a base fund of $100,000 as a "perpetual" gift source. This principal is not to be touched once established and any funds received in excess of the initial $100,000 and the interest generated, will be distributed to missions around the world on a yearly basis. Any direct donations received by The Light Still Shines, Inc. will be deposited into this central fund. It is our intention that even after the Jones family has completed our journey, The Light Will Still Shine and Kim's dream will be continued to fulfillment. (As a recognized 501(3) organization, all donations to The Light Still Shines, Inc. are fully tax deductible.)

The Light Still Shines has donated to the following missionary organizations:

  • Campus Crusade for Christ
  • International Baptist Ministries
  • Christian Associates International
  • IMB missionary to East Asia

Please mail donations to the following address: 

The Light Still Shines, Inc.

PMB 104
8000 Research Forest Drive, #115
The Woodlands, TX 77382



T.C.U. Memorial Fund


T.C.U. Memorial Project

The dedication ceremony for Kim Jones Memorial was held on September 25, 2004 on the campus of Texas Christian University.

A beautiful rose garden, bench and two trees were dedicated in Kim's memory and are located near the DG house on the campus of TCU in Fort Worth.

Kim started the Bible Study at Delta Gamma in hopes that all DG's would come to know Jesus! Please see article:




Wedgewood Memorial Plaza


Dedicated on March 30th, 2002, Wedgewood Baptist Church, dedicated a memorial plaza in front of the church in memory of the victims of September 15, 1999.  



The memorial site can be visited at Wedgwood Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas.