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 […]
Could it really be – eight years? That seems like so l-o-n-g ago. To me, it seems like only yesterday. Yet, it was eight years ago this month that my husband, Bill, lost his battle with cancer. The loss of his presence still lingers with me and, in a quiet moment, I find myself smiling […]
It’s hard to wait, isn’t it? Even when you have a strong faith. Even when you trust God. Even when you know and believe God’s promises. It’s just plain hard. I know, I’ve done my fair share of waiting over the years. I’ve waited on life or death situations, for physical and emotional healing, for […]
A southern brunch in the deep south–aahh, there’s nothing like it. Shrimp, sausage and grits with gravy, hot biscuits stuffed with country ham, egg casseroles with melted cheese on top, a fruit compote with whipped cream, homemade scones dripping with butter. my.oh.my. bring.it.on. I can smell the aroma and taste the goodness right now. The […]
It was a visual picture that will be forever imprinted in my mind. She was an attractive, petite woman in her mid-forties, with shoulder-length black hair, white blouse, and a dark colored pencil-thin skirt. My eyes were drawn to her large red purse as she walked down the long corridor. It seemed almost too big […]
We named our small used Toyota “the brown berry”. We always named our cars. We kept them so long, they were like part of the family. When our two children were very young, they thought it was funny for our cars to have names. When they got older, they simply became amused at one of their […]
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 […]