2021: The Curtain Rises on the Rest of the Story In the classic epic drama of the movie, Gone with the Wind, the plot thickens as the Civil War brings destruction to Atlanta and wreaks havoc in the life of Scarlett O’Hara. (I saw the movie in the historic Fox Theatre, a landmark in downtown […]
I am in this crazy funky mood of cleaning out anything that isn’t nailed or glued down in my house or garage. There are so many things in life that are beyond my control, but one thing I can control is my clutter! With a l-o-n-g, record-breaking summer of heat behind us in Phoenix and […]
WHAAAT? “Wrestle” with God? Yep. You might refer to it as grappling or struggling, but like me, you’ve probably confronted and questioned God at some point in your life. 2020 has been a year of wrestling with God for me, and perhaps for you too. I’ve agonized over the suffering and deaths from COVID and […]
I know the time was right, but that doesn’t make it any easier. It’s never easy to let go of something that has become a part of your life and your memories for thirteen years. When the “For Sale” sign went up in June, it became a reality that this would be the last summer […]
Six ways to insert a fresh start With my inability to slow down time, each new year continues to emerge much too quickly in my life. My usual new year routine is to transfer annual dates and information from my old 8.5 x 11 month-at-a-glance calendar to my new, empty calendar – this year with […]
Surviving Change – You Can Do This. Susan Miller shows you how you really can live above your circumstances, find contentment, and be joyful after a move or other major life change.
Get to know Susan Miller and Just Moved Ministry in this first Hope for the Uprooted podcast. Plus, where do you turn when the life you’ve known has been uprooted by change?
Learning to let go one more time “It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to Cry if I want to, cry if I want to. You would cry too if it happened to you.” (A popular song from the 60s by Lesley Gore) You thought you were ready for this, but you never […]
A few weeks ago a beautiful young woman in her twenties, with an infectious smile, and a lovely British accent showed up at the door of our After the Boxes are Unpacked class. I welcomed her with open arms, introduced her to the other women in class, and asked her the usual questions–where are you […]