My name is Meredith, and this is where I write about faith, justice, and family in regular everyday life.
I write about the ways God’s call to justice intersects with everyday life, because I believe it is indeed possible to care about poverty and equity and making wrong things right even if you lived in somewhere as unlikely as suburbia, which is, incidentally, where I call home.
In June 2014 my family moved from the L.A. area to Chicagoland. I work as the Curriculum Director for Promiseland at Willow Creek Community Church.
Prior to that, when this blog started, I worked for Pepperdine University, overseeing the service and justice opportunities for the undergrad students. The earlier posts on this blog show a lot of their work. I studied theology and Spanish language and literature at Westmont College, then went to Fuller Seminary for a Master of Divinity.
I have two sons: Riley, born January 2013 and Peyton, born May 2015. I also have two daughters, Kate and Lucy, born January 2012 when they were just 5 months along, too early to survive.
My husband Curtis loves books, sports, and stats, so I have him do math for me. I’m more of a words person.
I can be reached by email at meredithannemiller[at]gmail[dot]com.