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An open letter of encouragement, love, faith, & hope to those women are not yet mothers & are struggling this Mother's Day. As I started writing this post I noticed that the first few lines rhymed, which was not intentional & a little cheesy, but since I already wrote it I . . .
Why Don't You Like Me? My confession as a blogger & my hope as a Christian. Every morning, before I have even climbed out of bed, I do something I know I shouldn’t & almost always immediately regret. I look to see if you like me today. Depending on the number . . .
The Struggle of a Praying Wife As I watched my husband leave for school, early Sunday morning, my heart broke. I wanted to pour out my heart to God, but I simply had no words left. The truth is, over the last 3 years we have become complacent to the miracles & . . .
The Power of Knowing A few weeks back my husband & I went to see the premiere of Avengers in IMAX3D. Don't worry, I'm not going to spoil the movie for you, but I will say that I loved the movie! - except for the whole "I am, I am" part, but I won't get into that here - While we . . .
One of the many Miller Christmas traditions includes reading from a series of books entitled Christmas in My Heart. And every Christmas Eve we read a special story about faith, prayer, & the power of believing. As I lay in bed Christmas night next to my soundly sleeping husband I . . .
Back to the Roots of Life - Photo from Canva Before I get to the root of this article I just wanted to say that I try to be as open & honest about our lives with you as I can. Sometimes what I write is so deep & personal that Roger & I decide that it would be . . .
Today I became painfully aware of my failure as a Christian. Today I denied Christ. Not directly but in a Biblical sense. In church today our pastor's sermon was about the pursuit of happiness. That true happiness can't come from trying to please ourselves but from serving . . .
Photo by my sister Briana Keizer 364 Days of Thanksgiving You know that Christmas story where the child wishes that Christmas could be everyday - I’m specifically thinking of the Christmas cartoon involving Donald Duck and his three nephews – and everything goes wrong . . .