Meet Sharon

12973527_10101394054196024_580282041826881106_oHello friends!

Welcome to my site! My name is Sharon Hodde (sounds like “Hah-dee”) Miller  and I love writing about Jesus for the women in his church. In case you’re wondering, here’s a little bit about me:

I’m from North Carolina and I LOVE sweet tea!

My husband, Ike, and I met in seminary. Ike is the love of my life, and he’s the iron that sharpens me. Many of my best writing ideas come from conversations with him. Ike is also the reason that I, a former non-coffee drinker, am now ADDICTED to coffee…and slightly snobby about it.

Ike and I live in the Raleigh/Durham area, where Ike is a pastor at
Crosspointe Church in Cary, NC.*IMG_7884

I am the mom of two sweet little boys, Isaac and Coen. Motherhood has been a crazy, awesome adventure, and given me a lot of new things to write about!

In addition to being a wife and mom, I recently completed my PhD at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. I am a regular contributing author to Christianity Today’s blog for women– Her.meneutics, and my writing has also been featured in Christianity Today’s print magazine, Relevant, (in)courage, PropelGifted for Leadership, LifeWay’s Collegiate magazine, and The Gospel Project blog. I also contributed to the recently released NIV Bible for Women.

And most importantly, I am a Christian, and if you want to know more about what that means, click here.

 

What you can expect…

Although I use this blog for teaching and encouraging women in their faith, it’s primarily a reflection of the lessons I’m learning about God in my every day life. I’m always learning what it means to live a life of worship. The topics can range from theology to dating, so feel free to e-mail me with a question that you would like to see covered in this blog.

Otherwise, stop by any time and share what God is doing in your own life! Together, we can learn to follow Christ through all of the ups and downs of life. I hope you’ll join me!

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