Archive for March, 2009

By Keith Miller | March 30, 2009

Theological Language

Keith, the leaders in our church read and discuss the current theological theories of the ancient biblical message. I can’t really understand what they are arguing about, but I know my life has changed a lot. My wife says I’m a different person, and I am very grateful for all that has happened to me. […]

By Keith Miller | March 23, 2009

A Tunnel into the Kingdom of God

Keith, I know I drink too much. I am a Christian and I attend church.  I’m even asked to teach classes on the Bible and the history of the church. I always assumed I could quit (drinking) but after two DUI’s, I’m frightened and have backed away from God and my family vacillates between pleading […]

By Keith Miller | March 16, 2009

God in a Ruffled Blouse and Small Brown Shoes

What is the authentic sign that someone is filled with God’s spirit and love the way Jesus was? I wish I could send the following letter to the woman, a teacher, whom God used to change my life one day, simply by being who she was and doing what she did so often in our […]

By Keith Miller | March 9, 2009

I Feel Alone…

I feel alone in my own house sometimes. How did we become so afraid to share our intimate thoughts? No one, it seems, is really sure about how human development takes place. And it is apparent from reading in the field of developmental psychology that crucial direction changing experiences can happen to different children at […]

By Keith Miller | March 2, 2009

Is Anyone Out There?

What did Jesus say God would give us to overcome our solitary fears? I remember clearly a particular day when I was four that marked the beginning of my own conscious search for the answer to that question.Happy warfare with small, bright lead soldiers on an ancient oriental rug, worn off in spots by a […]

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