This month Christ Temple features Sister Kyeisha Quick. She was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and her birthday is December 24th. She has been a member of Christ Temple since February 2012. Kyeisha received the precious gift of the Holy Ghost in January of 1989. Her favorite scripture is Philipians 4:13: “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.”
Kyeisha credits her mother and grandmother as being the most influential saints in her life. They demonstrated a Holy lifestyle inside and outside of the church. They gave her the spiritual and natural foundation she needed along with giving instructions when necessary.
Kyeisha has always been close to the senior saints and church mothers. They have always embraced her and taught wisdom. She has enjoyed the love, concern, and compassion they have demonstrated towards her over the years. They taught her to not give up even when she messed up; that they love her and the Lord does too. She reflected, “The senior saints are genuine and direct. They are not trying to score points or win you over, but they are just trying to help you be the best you can be.”
Kyeisha graduated from Broad Ripple High School, and attended IUPUI. Kyeisha currently works in the healthcare field and is an Event Planner. She plans and coordinates weddings, birthday parties, housewarming events, bridal showers, baby showers, anniversary parties, and any other events requested.
Kyeisha is currently the events coordinator for the Christ Temple Sisterhood. In her tenure, she has planned two Mother’s Day Brunch events, assisted with the Christmas Dinner, and co-planned Bishop Finnell’s 70th birthday and 15th Pastoral anniversary gala. She thanks God for allowing Christ Temple to give her the opportunity to do what she does as an entrepreneur outside of church as part of her ministry in the church. There is truly nothing like being able to serve passionately using the gifts the Lord has blessed you with.
In her free time, Kyeisha loves shopping, traveling, and she has a passion for people. She is very caring and wants to help others in any way she can. She has also participated in jail ministry, meal preparation and serving homeless families through the Dayspring Center, and the Race for the Cure.