By Keith Miller | April 28, 2011

From “Praying Prayers” to Communicating Intimately with God and People

Keith, you talk a lot about prayer being an important part of your life over the past forty-five years, particularly since you made a decision to try to surrender your whole life to the God Jesus called Father.  I have two questions.  First, how and when did you get introduced to praying?  The other question […]

By Keith Miller | April 18, 2011

Which Way is THE Way?

Dear Keith, How come some people like you keep going into your inner life and wrestling with deep problems all the time and yet claim to have the Holy Spirit?  I don’t do this, and I’m a happy committed Christian.  My wife is like you and says I’m just not sensitive to spiritual things.  But […]

By Keith Miller | April 11, 2011

Confessions of a False Prophet

Keith, some people at my church asked me to lead a Sunday School class, and I agreed.  One Sunday recently the subject of living by faith came up.  After I talked about a couple of my own experiences of faith, I was surprised by the reaction of some of the people in the class.  Most of […]

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 | March 31, 2011

I Can’t, God Can

Keith, you write about problems you’ve faced and what you’ve done about them.  At this stage in your life, what is the most difficult problem you are trying to face and overcome?  And how are you trying to deal with it?  Since I believe that God is in the business of transforming lives, and I […]

By Keith Miller | March 14, 2011

Don’t Look Behind the Curtain

Although I am a committed Christian, I have realized that I am also a compulsive “fixer.”  After my family rebelled against my attempts to help them I started working almost constantly in ministry.  I can’t seem to take time off just to live.  My fear is about losing touch with my family, and feeling lonely […]

By Keith Miller | March 9, 2011

Blessed at the End of Your Rope

Recently I was reading in the gospel of Matthew and ran across Jesus’ first teaching to the disciples.  He starts it out this way: “You’re blessed when you’re at the end of your rope because then there is less of you and more of God and his rule.”  What in the world does that mean?  […]

By Keith Miller | February 23, 2011

When Problems Come in Waves

I feel like I’m drowning.  I’m over my head in conflicting problems.  I don’t know what to do,  and there is no one I feel safe enough to talk to about all this, yet you are able to write openly about some really hard problems, and how small groups have helped you.  How can a […]

By Keith Miller | February 16, 2011

Correction to “What Makes A Life Meaningful?”

On February 4th I posted a blog titled “What Makes A Life Meaningful.”  In that blog I was wrestling with the fact that as an old man (of 83) it seems to me about all I can do is help a few people find hope and meaning by helping them find sobriety and/or a new […]

By Keith Miller | February 14, 2011

Child-Training the Bored and Restless Ones

Dear Keith,  my husband and I are both Christians.  We are doing our best to teach our two young sons how to treat other people—thinking about other people’s feelings, showing respect and using good manners.  They seem so uninterested when we explain these things to them.  What else can we do to help them learn […]

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