Archive for August, 2010

By Keith Miller | August 31, 2010

Driving Through Life

Last week I got a text message from a new friend:  “Can you tell me what God is to you?”  I realized how different a world we live in to try to communicate the Gospel (than the one I learned about God).  Not that the question was bad in any way.  It was a great […]

By Keith Miller | August 18, 2010

Can We Become Addicted to God?

Dear Keith, I am in the process of working the Twelve Steps in a small group and am amazed at the challenge and healing it has already brought into my life.  Though I have been a Christian for twenty years, and was raised in a wonderful church, I feel like a new person!  I have […]

By Keith Miller | August 13, 2010

Should I Check My Brains at the Door When I Go To Church?

Keith: I’m a new Christian.  I’ve recently been talking to some of my atheist friends, who agree with some atheist scientists who are very brilliant men who say that surrendering to God is very naïve intellectually since neither the existence of God nor the “characteristics” of God can be proven scientifically.  .  The question I […]

By Keith Miller | August 2, 2010

Sharing Our Real Stories

Keith: About a year ago I started going to church again.  I was raised to believe that after a real commitment and surrender to God, we can live a moral life and have good relationships.  I’m still having strong temptations that are a real struggle to resist, and I get into arguments with my wife […]

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