Koiné presents Visit Illuminated, a multi-media convergence of art, sound and faith. Experience Koiné's latest album Visit, as they play the album in its entirety, un-packaging the subtle details of the album through breathtaking imagery. Based on the idea that God invites us to "visit" with him, Koiné's Visit Illuminated traces this experience from the doorway of the church to the Lord's table where we visit with God in person.
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The following article was taken from December 2014 newsletter for Thoughts of Faith.
This summer I received a good-hearted gift from a previous year VBS volunteer, Mrs. Yvonda Hirch, and her family. Along with a blessing card there was a pair of CDs by a band called Koiné.
You may not know that the word koiné means common, ordinary. The kind of Greek language used by the original New Testament writers is also called koiné because it was a common language of the people all over the Roman Empire at the time of Jesus.
The band Koiné defines its mission with simple yet very meaningful words: “Common Language. Common People. Extraordinary Message.” The band shares with the world “their unique take on familiar Christian hymns”