Katie Miller

May 11, 2022

A Mother's Day Miracle

This past weekend, I was once again reminded of the power of prayer, and more than that—the power of our God.  Last Tuesday, my friend’s mother’s heart stopped, and she collapsed.  911 was called, resuscitation work was done, and she was rushed to the hospital.  The outlook ...

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April 12, 2022

Correcting Misunderstandings

Over time, I’ve become increasingly aware of the crazy number of misunderstandings there are about the God of the Bible.  I see them in the media, I hear them in conversations and questions, and I experience them in my own thinking too.   I believe that many times, these ...

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March 11, 2022

Our Strength in Weakness

These past several months have been heavy for our family, particularly for Luke.  For those of you who know him, you know God wired him to be able to carry a lot.  He’s invested in his work and in his co-workers; he faithfully seeks to lead our church ...

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Feb. 14, 2022

Excerpts from the Greatest Love Letter

In light of Valentine’s Day, I thought it would be fitting to share some excerpts from what I believe is the greatest, purest, truest, and most beautiful love letter ever penned—God’s message of love to us.  The Bible is filled with God’s words of love for His people, accounts ...

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Jan. 12, 2022

Word for 2022 - PRAYER

A friend gave us the idea to  share a word that characterized 2021 and to come up with a word we hoped would characterize 2022.  It has been a fun question to ask friends and family and to hear the different words that defined their past year and those ...

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Oct. 12, 2021

Being Transformed--One Degree at a Time

Being Transformed--One Degree at a Time

This past weekend, I was able to escape into the mountains with some women from our church for our first Table Rock Women’s Retreat.   Retreats like these are one of my greatest joys.  I love being out in God’s beautiful creation, developing deeper friendships, having time to rest ...

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Sept. 8, 2021

Losing Linus

Losing Linus

When Hadley was almost three, we decided to get a family cat.  We went to the Humane Society, visited a room with several kittens bounding around, and watched for the one we wanted to adopt.  We let Hadley pick him out, but I know I did my fair ...

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Aug. 13, 2021

A Backpacking Trip to Remember

 

With five children, it can often be very difficult to get individual one-on-one time with the kids.  We have sporadically tried “stay-up-nights,” where one child gets to stay up a bit later than everyone else to have dessert, play something, and talk a bit with both of ...

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July 13, 2021

Looking on Others with Love and Mercy

 

When someone frustrates, disappoints, or hurts me, it is often difficult for me to look on them with love. Instead, I can feel bitterness or anger taking root. I loved the verses in Mark 10:21 and Lamentations 3:22-23 which reminded me of the unending and undeserved love ...

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June 21, 2021

Open the Door

I recently went back and read a sermon I’ve long remembered by a friend and mentor, Ben Tyson. I always remember the sermon because Ben helped to answer a question I often wondered about, “Why was King David—a man whose life was marked by moments of great faithfulness and wisdom ...

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