Category Archives: Keisha Hill

Fruit of Life – Faithfulness || Keisha Hill

As we’ve already seen, these nine attributes are just pieces of the whole – the whole person God desires us to be. Today we’re looking at “faith” or “faithfulness”, depending on your translation. This is the Greek word pistis, and it is used throughout the New Testament. Take a moment and look up the dictionary […]

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Fruit of Life – Love || Keisha Hill

As we kick off this series talking about the fruit of the Spirit, it seems right that we start at the very beginning. If you’ve ever ventured into a Christian bookstore you’ve heard and seen these verses – Galatians 5:22-23 – on everything from coffee cups to the candies at the checkout. Your godly grandma may […]

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The initial response to the Resurrection || Keisha Hill

Looking around today it’s easy to assume that people responded quickly to the idea that Jesus was crucified, buried, and then resurrected on the third day, all for the sake of redeeming humanity. After all, there are Jesus followers all over the world! There’s no way this could still be the case a few thousand […]

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Prophecy of Christ’s Death || Keisha Hill

Jessica walked us through some of the prophesies about Christ’s birth in the last post. If you remember, the Jews were well schooled in them and were actively looking for a Savior. Even throughout the seriously long break between the Old and New Testaments people had not lost hope that the Savior would come. (Bonus […]

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Foundations: Bible Translations || Keisha Hill

Did you know there are more than 60 English translations of the Bible?  The whole topic of Bible translations is BIG.  When you realize the Old Testament was first translated into Greek from Hebrew in the 3rd century BC, you start realizing how expansive this topic really is.  Anyone else feeling a bit overwhelmed already? […]

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