Gaza. The time has passed to hold my tongue.

I couldn’t sleep this morning.  I kept seeing images of Gaza.  As I’ve followed the most recent military conflict between the IDF and Hamas, I’ve wanted to speak out but have been hesitant.  I learned very quickly after returning home from a college semester in the Middle East how unpopular my thoughts on the conflict

Woundedness as a Means to Grace

I’ve been thinking  a lot this week about a “Franger” of mine.  You know, a friend from high school that you really haven’t kept in contact with but because you see their posts on Facebook you have a pretty false sense of knowing.  Maybe I’m the only one with these friend-strangers in my life.  Recently he

Rainy Day

Macaroni and cheese and fish sticks…not exactly the lunch of champions, despite the fact that the macaroni and cheese was at least homemade. Rainy days do that to me.  I want comfort food.  I spent all morning cleaning, vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, organizing, scrubbing and only made it to the first floor.  (I was a little

A Miller Mother’s Day: A Leap of Faith

Today is Mother’s Day, a made-up holiday that, nevertheless, makes me reflect on motherhood; gratitude for the mamas that have influenced my life, my journey since becoming a mother, and the dirty, frustrating, heart-stoppingly beautiful experience that it has been for me. I just loved this weekend.  My sweet Ben (with a little lot of

Smart Money, Smart Kids by Dave Ramsey and Rachel Cruze

Raising money smart kids certainly doesn’t happen by accident.  We know this is true because we can look around and see college graduates crippled by debt, families living payment to payment for everything rom couches to handbags, from cars to homes, and even for necessities like food.  Debt is ordinary…regular, yet not something that most

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