Kim Cumiford and her husband Les, have been married since 1990. They have three children, whom they home school in Farmington, New Mexico. They have served in a variety of Christian ministries over the years and began Dance4Him in Farmington, New Mexico in 2002. Kim began dancing in high school and later danced on an adult dancing team for 2 years. She taught ages 3-10 years old at Elite Studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for four years: she coached Menaul High School’s Dancing Team: and danced with an adult worship team for 2 years. Kim has many years of dancing experience including participation in a variety of productions doing choreography, instruction, and direction. She believes that dancing is not about “the dancer” but about the one who created you to praise Him.
Nicole Elder began her dance training in 1994 at Elite Dance Studio in Albuquerque. She continued with Mann Dance Academy in 2001, where she danced the role of Alice in Alice in Wonderland, and San Juan College in 2002. At Dance4Him studio (2002-2010), she taught classes and danced featured roles in The Dream, A Love Story, by God, The Devil’s Last Dance, and A Tale of Two Roads. In 2004 and 2009, Nicole was selected by San Juan College to dance in the prestigious Young Artist Recital. More recently, she modeled for Algy Dance Costumes and competed nationally, where she earned three platinum awards for her solos. Nicole trained with the Ballet Repertory Theatre of New Mexico where she worked with the director, Katherine Giese and with Ballet Master, Alex Ossadnik. She starred in BRT’s The Nutcracker in the Spanish Variation, Pierrot Doll, Snowflake, and Flower and also in BRT’s Alice in Wonderland as a Chess piece and Waltz couple. She has also worked with Ballet Mistress, Beth Griffin, Director, Cheri Costales, and Artist Robbie Rodriguez. She married Caleb Elder in 2014 and has a daughter Mable Grace.
Morgan has been dancing for 8 years. She started at Dance4Him in 2006 and danced there until 2012. During her time at Dance4Him, she took ballet, jazz, tap, and hip-hop classes, and participated in multiple productions, competitions, and other church and community events. Since then, she has assisted teaching ballet at On Fire Studios, and taken ballet and tap classes at San Juan College. She’s very involved in her church, having worked in the children’s ministry, youth ministry, and worship ministry. Morgan is excited to be back serving the Lord at Dance4Him, hoping to pass on her love for dance and especially for Jesus to those she teaches.
Lisa Knight- Office Management