The smallest acts of kindness can have a big impact. Susan Miller reminds you to just “show up” in the lives of others. You don’t have to be skilled, have all the right words, or be an expert. Included are ideas for acts of kindness for anyone you encounter, from the bank clerk to the […]
This was written by me and my husband Bill in 2008 for a Valentine’s Day message one year before his death. I had asked him to share his thoughts on our years of moving, with the hope that it would give women insight and perspective into their husband’s often hidden feelings and emotions about moving. […]
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 […]
One simple, five letter word: ALONE. It can consume you at any time – day or night – and it can create havoc with your emotions. It can cause you to lose perspective, sometimes even hope. You can feel alone when… You’re hurting physically or emotionally, You’re facing hard times, you’ve experienced a life-changing loss, […]
It happened again. I got on the plane, anxious to get to my seat and settle in quietly with a good book for the four-hour flight from Charlotte to Phoenix. My eyes focused on the numbers and letters above the seats in anticipation of putting my tote bag in my seat and getting my carry-on […]
How you can be their cheerleader When I am in the presence of dedicated military spouses, I am humbled by their sacrifice and commitment. They touch my heart, strengthen my faith, and keep me humble. They are ordinary women who are called to do extraordinary things as wives and moms. It was a privilege to […]
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 […]