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It is said that a good sermon is delivered with the Bible in one hand and the daily newspaper in the other.Mark Miller adds a fishing rod to the mix, salting his wise reflections on ministry, faith, and life with insights that can only come while patiently waiting for the elusive yet exciting tug of the Spirit or a sockeye.John Thomas, General Minister and President, United Church of Christ
Mark Henry Miller notices little things that the rest of us often miss: the person in the corner who doesn't go along with what others see as a consensus, the surprising kind act by the contentious opponent, the fish swimming upstream.And he thinks about what he has noticed and shares what he has learned.He shows us how to reflect in the midst of practice, which is essential to effective ministry.William McKinney – President, Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA
Mark writes with wit, humor, and grace.His insights will stay with you long after the reading is done. – Jim Thayer, novelist and professor
Short, pithy, inspirational stories for everyday ministry – a good source for daily devotional material, provocative meeting openers or sermon illustrations.Each epistle has an easily grasped point that touches a deep spiritual issue or practice of both ministry and everyday life lived with intentional faithfulness.Paul Forman, United Church of Christ Minister
Mark Henry Miller's always insightful, sometimes whimsical pastoral epistles are a delight and a challenge to read - challenging our everyday way of seeing things and letting us glimpse a bit of what might be if we only have eyes to see and ears to hear and hearts to love.
Joanne Carlson Brown, Methodist Minister