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 live 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.

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  2. Hi Meredith! So good to see you, Curtis and Riley looking so good and happy. I trust things are going well and that God is using you in mighty ways. We love you and miss you but so happy that you followed God’s leading.
    Sue and Harold

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