By Keith Miller | January 1, 2012

The Worst of Times and the Best of Times

New Year 2012 My pitiful little self-centered mind is about half taken up with what my uncle called “the big C” (or malignant cancer) which is (though I have only seen evidence of it) pretty well eating away on my vital organs as you read this. When I say it is the “best of times,” […]

By Keith Miller | January 1, 2012

Christmas Eve

Keith has written several blogs recently.  Due to a week of confusion they are just now ready to post.  We apologize for the time lag. December 24, 2011 This morning our friend Trice took me to a meeting of a group of men.  These men have had such an enormous positive influence on my life […]

By Keith Miller | December 2, 2011

I Love You, Daddy

This post is really different for me to write.  It is about the process of making the transition from a life of faith in the God Jesus called, “Father,” to the end of that life in the process we call “dying”. As I am writing this draft, Andrea and I are now in the M.D. Anderson […]

By Keith Miller | September 16, 2011

What Does It Take to Begin?

Dear Keith, I don’t know what the matter with me is.  I have a good job and a caring family, but inside my head when I’m alone I seem to have some sort of secretive and self-defeating mental/emotional disease.  I find myself drinking and eating too much, and masturbating while looking at pornography.  And I’m […]

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 | July 8, 2011

Weekly Blog—from an 84 Year Old Novice

I have been sitting here for some time, writing my heart out to you on our new software program.  I was telling you about our family’s solution to not having quality time together with our kids, grandkids and great grandkids.  After pouring my heart out for three pages, I was just writing a prayer at […]

By Keith Miller | April 6, 2011

A Small Key to some Large, Heavy Doors

Last week I wrote about the surprising difficulty I faced in trying to change a lifelong self-defeating behavior—being late to meetings.  This week I want to tell you the story of what has happened since I admitted my problem and asked God to help me solve this irritating and frustrating habit.  Dealing with this one […]

By Keith Miller | April 20, 2010

What Kind of Honesty Does God Want?

Dear Keith, I am having real trouble.  Some time ago I heard you speak about honesty and realized that I have been phony all my life.  So I decided to change my ways and began to confess to everyone exactly what I feel regarding them and life.  My husband was horrified at some of my […]

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