Susan Miller interviews Dr. Doug Kelley, a university professor, speaker, and author of several books about interpersonal relationships. Dr. Kelley draws from his research and his own relationships to illustrate four principles that will not only protect your marriage, but will strengthen it during tough times. Dr. Kelley has taught for 26 years at Arizona […]
Life wasn’t meant to be wrapped up in a tidy bow. Whether you’re working from home, have experienced a job loss, are empty nesters, or herding young children, life is the mess we need to embrace. In this episode of Hope for the Uprooted with Susan Miller, Susan interviews Stephanie Pletka, speaker and author of […]
Waiting. Waiting for the Coronavirus pandemic to end. Waiting for life to return to normal. God is at work in you as you wait. He wants you to learn more about yourself, build patience, and trust Him during this uncertain time. God is at work in you as you wait, trust, and hope.
Waiting. Waiting for the Coronavirus threat to end. Waiting for life to return to normal. God wants to use this uncertain time of waiting to help you learn about yourself, to build patience, and to deepen your trust in Him. God is at work as you wait, trust, and hope in Him.
Susan Miller interviews Tracy Steel, a mentor, author, and speaker who is passionate about helping women become who and what God wants them to be. Trained as an interior designer, Tracy draws from design principles such as movement, contrast, and pattern, to offer frustrated and discontented women the assurance that God is their ever-present, caring […]
Susan Miller draws from scripture and plenty of her own experiences from her marriage to Bill to describe seven ways that you can communicate love, acceptance, and encouragement to your spouse and to anyone you are in relationship with.
2019 is in the past and a new year lies ahead. God offers a new beginning, a fresh start, today and every day. As 2019 drew to a close, you may have enjoyed meals with family and friends in holiday celebration. Plates cleared from the table were an unappealing mix of cold, half eaten food scraps that were headed for the sink or dishwasher for cleaning. You’d never think of putting the messy plate back on the shelf to be used for your next meal! In the same way, view last year as the plate that’s been washed clean. You’re starting the new year with a new beginning, a fresh start, a CLEAN plate.
With scripture, encouragement, and drawing from her own life, Susan Miller urges you to be the light that draws or guides others to love, to kindness, to compassion, and to Christ.
No matter what change you’re facing, the holidays can be challenging and make you wish you could turn back the clock. Since losing her husband, Susan always experiences some sadness during the holidays, but, in this podcast, offers tips and encouragement that will help you fight off sadness, focus on Christ, and make choices that keep you growing and connected.