Kennisha Hill

Kennisha Hill

Kennisha Hill has shared her gift of writing and publishing with countless soon-to-be authors and helped many publish their first books.  Her quiet countenance and humble wisdom serves as an encouragement to those she has served, including her adorable, and spunky, four little ones.


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Teaching Toddlers the True Meaning of Christmas

“So, Kellus. Tell mommy. What is Christmas about?” I waited eagerly for my son’s answer, wondering if he would remember what I taught him last year. “Christmas is about Christmas…

How to Prepare Your Children for Adoption

I’ll never forget the day those big brown eyes stared at me. Those tiny fingers and toes that fit perfectly on his three pound yellow body that was swaddled in…

Children are a Gift!

Lately, I’ve been waist deep in a book I’m writing about child-loss. It’s a memoir and the full intent is to share hope and encouragement for women who have experienced pregnancy or infant child-loss. The story grips me. In fact, as I’m writing it, many times I find myself pulling back a bit to really carefully examine my experiences– what I felt and what I’ve gained. I’ve had multiple miscarriages and after each time, something different happened to me. A different feeling. A different lesson. Most importantly, God has taught me the beauty of who he is in my life, even in the midst of my pain. But one other lesson he’s sharing with me right now, is how blessed I am to have three beautiful children right here, how they are a gift and how I should treat them that way.

Teaching Toddlers the Value of Each Day

My four year old son Kellus loves getting surprises. In fact, he loves them so much that anytime he thinks he’s done something good, he thinks he deserves one. For…

Taking Life One Step at a Time

My three-year-old has started something new that creates a different level of excitement in his life. Anytime he asks for something and I respond with what he has to do…

Ready, Set, Go: Rising Early in the Morning

Morning time is a struggle most days. I think it has a lot to do with lack of sleep due to potty-training toddlers and my teething baby. Because of this,…

A Prayer Life With Toddlers

Toddlers are busy! As a mommy of two of them, I’m learning just how busy they are during the day. Sometimes I am so busy with them that I may…

Don’t Just Ask … Keep Asking!

“Mommy, have you seen the blue ball?” little Kellus asked while holding two small, plastic, white and green balls in his hands. “No, Mommy hasn’t seen it,” I replied. Two…

Playing Follow the Leader

My daughter Kerissa is a very curious one-year-old who follows everything her three-year-old big brother, Kellus, does. If he runs in circles, she runs in circles. If he falls to…

Big Affection from Little People

My son Kellus is three years old and is the most affectionate person I know. His little hugs, soft touches, and tickles come at my most lonely and vulnerable times…

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