By Keith Miller | January 23, 2012

Keith Goes Home

Dear Friends, I’m writing to inform you that Keith went to be with Jesus yesterday, Sunday January 22nd 2012, at 3:00 pm.  Keith’s last few weeks here on earth were peaceful.  He was visited by many friends and relatives whom he was always pleased to see.  Andrea was holding Keith, her beloved husband of 33 years, when he drew […]

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 | October 28, 2011

Gratitude and Grief

After several days of medical procedures and tests we were told last Thursday (October 20th) by my Gastroenterologist that the internal blockage that has caused recent discomfort is the result of the bile duct being squeezed shut because of a tumor pressing against it.  The tumor is right next to my liver.  Because of its […]

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 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 | May 25, 2011

Okay, I Surrendered—But Nothing Happened

Keith, what if we have let God in our lives and into the driver’s seat and nothing happened?  I still have the same struggles that I have always had.  Is there ever a way out?  I am really wondering and feel as though I am constantly in a spiritual battle between God and the devil.  […]

By Keith Miller | May 17, 2011

Shame and Guilt

Keith, Are there specific ways of dealing with the awful feelings of guilt and shame that come over people sometimes in the middle of the night and prevent sleep, etc.  Also, if one has these feelings, does it mean that he or she really isn’t committed to God?   That is a great question.  I […]

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 | 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 | November 9, 2010

Palms Sweating, Teeth Chattering and All

You often talk about trying to find ways to help other people when you feel like no one really loves you.  How does your helping someone else help you? Very good question.  Because I am a writer and have written a lot of books about trying to live my ordinary walking around life for the […]

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