Archive for August, 2011

By Keith Miller | August 25, 2011

What Was it About Hank—That Changed Our Lives?

Saturday at Riverbend Church here in Austin, TX, a large number of people gathered to say a formal “Goodbye,” and “We love you, Hank!” to our dear remarkable, unpretentious friend, Francis Leo “Hank” McNamara. It was a strange mix: some 50 or 60 family members; many Austinites who had known Hank since grade school; at […]

By Keith Miller | August 17, 2011

Finding a Vocation after Surrendering to God

Keith, After I decided to surrender my life to God, how should I go about finding my vocation?   Good question.  At first I didn’t know what to do.  I was a land man for a major oil company.  It was a good job but hardly considered to be a training ground for Christian disciples—which […]

By Keith Miller | August 9, 2011

How to Get Out of Pain

Keith, what does Jesus say about the fact that good Christians often have serious pain?    I don’t know where the notion came from that committed Christians shouldn’t have pain.  But for me pain has been the most important way that I find my way back to God—again and again. I remember hearing Dr. Paul […]

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