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 […]
2020 has been a year of change for everyone. The pandemic has changed the way we work, go to school, socialize, travel, and lead our daily lives. If you’ve moved during this time, you’ve probably experienced even more stress and isolation. Major life change – under the best of circumstances – is rarely easy, but […]
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 […]
There’s a longing in every woman’s heart when she’s been uprooted by change. A longing to be reassured she’s not alone, to be rescued from fear and weariness, to be renewed and restored.
Major life change is rarely a smooth path. You can count on some of the way to be rocky. Susan Miller encourages you to view the rocks as stepping stones of faith that God uses to lead you to the other side of this transition and to a deeper place of intimacy with Him. Change: […]
Major life change can have a positive impact on your life. Susan Miller invites you to examine how you’re doing physically, emotionally, and spiritually and offers ideas for you to start investing in these areas TODAY.
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?
When I was growing up, mama used to always say, “It’s right under your nose, Susan!” In our family that always meant that what you are looking for, or what you need to do or say, is so obvious. The other day I had a “right under my nose” moment. I needed help with moving […]