By Keith Miller | October 19, 2009

Transitions

Keith, you mentioned that your wife, Andrea, is also a writer. What kind of writing does she do, and is there something available in print now? Yes, Andrea is a very accomplished writer and an editor. She recently showed me a devotional she wrote, and I asked her if we could use it on this […]

By Keith Miller | October 12, 2009

Being Trained by the Youngest Lyon

Keith, your life sounds like a real adventure story. How have you met so many interesting people and gotten them to help you? My experience vacillates between being boring and scary by comparison and people seem to resist helping me. It’s interesting that you would say that my life sounds like “a real adventure story” […]

By Keith Miller | October 5, 2009

The Night Vulnerable Love Stepped Into My Life

Keith, who was the person who gave you the courage to reveal your own problems and unacceptable feelings as a way to connect with and free Christians plagued by “unspeakable” problems? Thanks for asking this. I haven’t talked about much, but at one point I knew that what I needed personally was a model: someone […]

By Keith Miller | September 28, 2009

What Moves Us Out of Our Heads to Risk Reality?

Keith, I’m a Christian and I feel like I am pretty committed, but I know that I don’t have the courage to be open about my faith in some situations. How does a person learn to have the courage to stand up and be counted in really unchristian situations? Can you give me some ways […]

By Keith Miller | September 21, 2009

Surrendering Your Way to Freedom

Keith, you talk a lot about surrendering your life to God. I have two questions: (1) Do you honestly think you can do that? and (2) How do you negotiate the frantic, unexpected overload of sound bites and conflicting demands on your time any better because you’re trying to surrender your life to God? I […]

By Keith Miller | September 14, 2009

A Christian Father: The Artful Dodger

Keith, how it happened, I don’t know, but in my gratitude to God for a new chance at life, I seem to have forgotten how to live the human everyday life with my family. I am so into self justification that it is hard for me to hear that I’m being selfish. Have you faced […]

By Keith Miller | September 7, 2009

Complete Surrender to God? You Can’t be Serious!

Keith, you talk a lot about surrendering your life to God. I have two questions: (1) Do you honestly think you can do that? and (2) How do you negotiate the frantic, unexpected overload of sound bites and conflicting demands on your time any better because you’re trying to surrender your life to God? I […]

By Keith Miller | August 31, 2009

God’s Qualification for Transforming the World

Keith, I was a basket case when I became a Christian divorcee (lost joy, divorced and terribly lonely) but my life is changing a lot—for the better. I’ve become a Christian, but I don’t seem to have any of the gifts the leaders in our church do. I can’t preach, teach, and I don’t know […]

By Keith Miller | August 24, 2009

The Problem of Shooting at Your Foot, Hoping You’ll Miss, and Other Interesting Ways to Avoid Pain

Keith, I’ve been secretly wondering if I’m a real nut case—I’m highly motivated to do well and be a good Christian—but I resist doing things that are difficult and or will take a lot of time—even if the payoff for me will be great. I don’t tell anyone about this problem because my vocation involves […]

By Keith Miller | August 17, 2009

Fear of Being Changed into Someone Who Is Not “Me”

Keith, you seem to be writing a lot about the importance of surrendering your entire life to God. I have some fear about trusting God that much. Were you afraid to really turn loose? What’s the real skinny on actually deciding to? P.S. And also, can you guide me to other writers who have helped […]

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