My name is Meredith, and this is where I used to write about faith, justice, and family in regular everyday life.
Back in 2011, I started writing about the ways God’s call to justice intersects with everyday life, because I believed (and still do) 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 have always called home.
In June 2014 my family moved from the L.A. area to Chicagoland, where I serve in the kids’ ministry for Willow Creek Community Church.
I don’t write here much now–in part because of season of life–two preschoolers and a full time job takes a lot of my energy. But also, I keep learning from people so much closer to the front lines, and I feel out of place. It’s a time for me to listen right now. So I keep this corner of the internet open, but don’t visit much. Maybe someday.
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 and I married in August 2008 and we are all just trying to be kind and remember who we are and whose we are.
I can be reached by email at meredithannemiller[at]gmail[dot]com.