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Christina Miller

Christina Miller fue la escritora principal de compromiso con las Escrituras en la American Bible Society. Es licenciada en literatura inglesa por Pepperdine University y Master en divinidad de Fuller Theological Seminary. Christina está haciendo estudios de doctorado en el Seminario Teológico de Virginia. Le encanta viajar y ha pasado largos períodos de tiempo en Alemania, Tanzania e Israel. Vive en San Diego, California.

Christina Miller is the Senior Scripture Engagement Writer at American Bible Society. She has a BA in English Literature from Pepperdine University and Master's of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary. As an active member of the Episcopal Church, Christina has served as a youth director, Christian formation director, healing prayer minister and adult education teacher. She loves to travel and has spent extended periods of time in Germany, Tanzania and Israel.

Cómo leer la Biblia para que te transforme
March 5th, 2019

Cómo leer la Biblia para que te transforme

Christina Miller

¿Alguna vez has leído un libro en el momento justo? De vez en cuando me encuentro con una pieza de ficción que me habla directamente. Los temas y personajes me dan perspicacia y sabiduría. La escritura desafía mis presunciones, lo que me obliga a tomar medidas. Responde a mis ...

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How to Study a Bible Passage
October 23rd, 2017

How to Study a Bible Passage

Christina Miller

Perhaps you’ve selected a Bible and started reading it. Maybe you’re even setting aside regular times to reflect or pray. You’ve gotten a taste of what’s inside, and a desire for God’s words is growing in you as you recognize the nourishment God offers in these encounters. What comes ...

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How Labyrinths Can Help Us Walk in the Peace Jesus Promises
September 11th, 2017

How Labyrinths Can Help Us Walk in the Peace Jesus Promises

Christina Miller

The light slants on smooth marble. The room is still. Everything has been cleared, even the hard pews and baptismal font, those familiar markers of corporate worship. An elaborate pattern is laid out in front of me, taking up the majority of the floor. In twists and turns, it ...

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The Best Bible Reading Resources
August 21st, 2017

The Best Bible Reading Resources

Christina Miller

I often feel both inundated with information and at a loss of how to find what I need. The same holds true for Scripture engagement. What are helpful resources? Where can I find them? Heres a roundup of some of my favorites. Since we each have specific needs and ...

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Lectio Divina: How to Pray through the Bible
June 5th, 2017

Lectio Divina: How to Pray through the Bible

Christina Miller

Have you ever read your Bible and felt like the words were speaking directly to you? The passage may have been written centuries ago, but it seemed just as applicable to you today. Perhaps you could identify with Paul’s audience in Corinth or God’s people suffering in Egypt. The ...

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What Millennials Can Teach Us About Reading the Bible
May 10th, 2017

What Millennials Can Teach Us About Reading the Bible

Christina Miller

There is a lot of buzz about Millennials in the church, and it’s not all good. They lack follow-through. They don’t go to church. They are flighty, entitled and self-absorbed. They want to do things their way or not at all. At the same time, ...

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The Women at the Tomb: Arriving at Resurrection
April 10th, 2017

The Women at the Tomb: Arriving at Resurrection

Christina Miller

It is early Sunday morning and light is just beginning to seep above the horizon line. The garden is cool with night air, still damp with sleep. Trees, shrouded in darkness, start coming into focus. One leaf ignites after another. Then the first stir of life: two women, shuffling ...

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Lent: How to Rely on Scripture in the Desert
March 7th, 2017

Lent: How to Rely on Scripture in the Desert

Christina Miller

The season of Lent is upon us, beginning last week with Ash Wednesday. In many churches, clergy traced ashes across recipients foreheads, reciting the words, Remember that you are dust and to dust you will return. This somber reminder led us into a forty-day journey, mirroring Jesuss time of ...

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