I Don’t Think That Means What You Think It Means

There is a great line from the movie The Princess Bride, delivered by beloved swordsman, Inigo Montoya. His words are a response to his boss, Vizzini,  who is astonished at hero Westley’s repeated survival. Over and over again, Westley thwart’s Vizzini’s plans for his demise, and each time, Vizzini responds with the same flabbergasted cry:…
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5 Lessons from 5 Years of Marriage

On Friday Ike and I celebrated 5 years of marriage together! Woohoo! Around this time each year, I find myself reflecting on how our lives have changed, what the future holds, and what I’ve learned in between. I’m not sure I could distill all those lessons into one single blog post, but in celebration of…
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The Miller Family is Growing by One!!!

If you’ve been reading my blog the last couple months, you’ve probably been thinking, “Those Millers, they don’t do anything at all. Boringest family in America.” Yeah, we thought so too. That’s why we decided to heap onto the pile of finishing our dissertations, moving across the country, looking for a job, living like vagrants…
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The Loud Voice of Quiet Trust

“We are people who have been called to live the sort of lives in community whereby if this God does not exist, the way we live our lives makes no sense.” – Stanley Hauerwas and William Willimon, from The Truth about God: The Ten Commandments in Christian Teaching Ike and I were in the car,…
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