David L. Miller
Miller is pastor of St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Naperville, Ill. He was on the staff of The Lutheran from 1988 to 2005, the last six years as editor. He is the author of Friendship with Jesus: A Way to Pray the Gospel of Mark; Book of Faith Lenten Journey: Marks of the Christian; and Book of Faith: Ephesians, all published by Augsburg Fortress.
Articles by David L. Miller:
- ELCA to start 2,000 new churches
- A place to breathe
Lutherans offer rest and relief amid devastation of Texas flood
- Swept up in joy
'Do not fear. Don't you know how much I treasure you?'
- Discovering forgiveness
It heals our hearts and sets us free. Here's how we do it.
- Lessons from Moses Lake
In 1996, Immanuel Lutheran Church faced two incidents involving teens, guns and death
- Get involved
- 12 good questions...
for evaluating music and texts to be used in worship
- Who's at the center?
Marva Dawn offers 3 questions for more faithful, vital worship
- Most precious
- Reaching out in Cuba
Lutherans serve the island's poor with personal care and calls to end the embargo
- 20 years after confirmation
Why do young adults leave the church or stay? We asked them.
- Breathing the faith deeply
Tranquility and transcendence come only when we take time
- Why do they come back?
- Hunger stalks thousands in Sudan
Government lifts ban on relief flights
- Final reckoning
Somewhere in the world a hungry child is eating today because of Fritz Seipelt
- Stories of resurrection
- Watch with me
- Art for the heart
Paintings of the Prodigal Son invite us deeper into God's story and ours
- Living with pigs and prodigals
- What do kids need?
How parents and other adults can nurture caring, responsible youth
- Resources to make it happen
- Resources to make it happen
- Everyday saints
- Psalms and sighs
We don't pray the Psalms. They pray us
- Clergy killers
They are determined, deceitful and destructive, but they can be stopped
- Welcome to the banquet
Spiritual accountability opens the door to a rich feast for Iowa congregation
- Listening to the universe
- Entering the silence
6 ways to make your quiet time sing
- Oak Grove looks for a victory
- What's fraying our commitments?
A comparison shopper's approach to life keeps us from giving our hearts
- Beyond the rainbow
- Fighting the good fight
Comrades and a 'can-do' spirit buoy hearts amid flood and fatigue
- Cleaning up Ada
- More than a house
- 'The church put its arms around me'
- Entering Easter
5 spiritual exercises for your journey into deeper life
- What's killing your soul at work?
Readers' letters reveal common workplace problems
- Getting real
To be or not to be--me? Losing and finding a job reveals a fundamental spiritual struggle
- Looking for Jesus in LaCrosse
- Go in peace, serve the Lord
Ministry in daily life is in your hands
- Namibia's big birds
A Lutheran ostrich project hatches a new agriculture in an African desert
- Asking the wrong questions
Lack of spiritual discipline leaves us in the same old ruts
- Church on 'the hill'
South Dakota prison congregation changes lives inside and outside the walls
- Making Amaambos
Namibia's new seminary prepares pastors for withering challenges
- Integrity: Why we need a transfusion
There are three steps to integrity. Most of us skip step one.
- Tortured by the past
Can Namibian Lutherans free themselves from their liberators?
- Orphans at the table?
Iowa congregation reflects the trend toward communing younger children
- Passionate words
In this story, even the rocks speak
- Energizing your church
Do you know who your congregation is? Finding out is the first step in moving forward.
- A week in our life
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