By Keith Miller | December 31, 2009

Some Good News about Some Bad News

Keith, just before Christmas this year I had my annual physical (which I’ve always passed with flying colors).  This time my Internist went over a shockingly long list of borderline results that indicated I need to watch everything I eat, get regular exercise and get some sleep.  That evening I was stunned to realize that […]

By Keith Miller | December 21, 2009

What was God Trying to Say?

Keith, the stores have been full of Christmas decorations and the radio has been playing Christmas carols, songs and ads for it seems like forever.  Addressing Christmas cards, shopping for gifts for my family and friends—somehow I’m getting worn out with it all.  Do you have any ideas that could help me keep my focus […]

By Keith Miller | December 14, 2009

People Experiencing Reorientation May Seem “Out of It”

Keith, our teenaged son went to a summer camp a normal, interesting kid who was only interested in football (and, I assume, sex).  But when he got home last week he was a religious freak, spouting Bible verses out of context with his eyes shining like his team had just won state.  I’m a church […]

By Keith Miller | December 7, 2009

A Living Library of Wisdom from God

Keith, how can I help people in trouble if I don’t know many Christian answers? In the early years after I made a commitment to Christ I got the idea that I was supposed to have “Christian answers” to people’s problems.  So I repeated a few answers I’d learned from “old-timers” to people in trouble […]

By Keith Miller | December 1, 2009

The War of the Inner Voices

I am a grown person, and I have tried to commit my whole life to God and really want to do God’s will. Whenever I am tempted to do something immoral or dishonest my head is filled with difficult inner voices debating inside my mind. There are rigid, fearful, and righteous voices on one side, […]

By Keith Miller | November 23, 2009

I Love You, Lord, But I Don’t Feel Your Presence

Keith, I’ve been praying on a regular basis with a sense that God is more “real” since I made a conscious decision to turn my entire life over to God. But very recently I’ve been distracted fairly often, and I fear that the sense of closeness and intimacy may have been only short term honeymoon […]

By Keith Miller | November 16, 2009

You Don’t Listen to Me Anymore!

I’ve recently gotten a promotion and have been traveling and doing presentations to the executives in some of the branch offices of the company I work for, and I’ve come home very excited. But my wife pours cold water on what I’m sharing by barely even listening to me or telling me she’s in the […]

By Keith Miller | November 9, 2009

The Power of Stories to Change Our Lives

Keith, over the years you have said in a number of different ways that God uses stories to change our lives in specific and deep ways.  Can you give a specific example of your hearing a story told by someone you did not know that changed your life in a specific and significant way (as […]

By Keith Miller | November 2, 2009

Commitment to Christ: The End of The Trail Intellectually?

Keith, I am dancing around the decision of committing as much of my life as I can to as much of God in Christ as I can understand. I’ve been told that this is an intellectually honest way to move into a life with God in the center. But my question is: does that mean […]

By Keith Miller | October 26, 2009

Beginning Again—After 25 Years

Keith, some of us have known you for years. You have often talked about being grateful to be in a “new place.” Many times I have thought I had changed after receiving a “great insight” or having an inspiring experience at a conference or after reading a book, but people around me don’t seem to […]

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The chapter (in The Edge of Adventure) on prayer gave me several new insights into better ways to communicate with God rather than pray to God. My all day long praying became more responsive. I try to listen more.
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