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Lisa C. Miller
Lisa C. Miller
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 2
  • Profession: Published Author
  • Born: 13 June, 1963
  • Member Since: Nov 2015
  • Profile Views: 11,614
  • Followers: 1
  • Writing:

    Poetry Christian Nonfiction Religion & Spirituality
BIOGRAPHY

Lisa C. Miller is an inspirational writer. She and her family live in the beautiful state of Alaska where the spirit of animals and men roam free.

She writes through the whispered power of the Holy Spirit. She wants to write about the beauty and simplicity of life and reveal the beauty of Christ to the broken and lost souls of humanity. She has been given the ability to write simply and honestly from the heart so it is understandable. She believes writing is a language of the heart and is a beautiful way to share one's innermost feelings.

Lisa C. Miller is an author working under the Holy Spirit's daily direction. She focuses on the Holy Spirits daily direction for her life and writing. She has enjoyed a creative partnership with the Holy Spirit for many years.

She writes inspirational poetry and has published two books so far. She has been told by her readers that her writing reminds them of the Psalms of David. She is similar to Ruth Bell Graham and Helen Steiner Rice.

  • Lisa C. Miller

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Godly Inspirations for the Troubled Soul

Publish Date: Oct 11, 2006

Genre: Poetry

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Lisa C. Miller's Books

Godly Inspirations for the Troubled Soul

Godly Inspirations for the Troubled Soul

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Publication Date: Oct 11, 2006

Poetry

5 (6 ratings)

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Inspirations from Heaven's Gate

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Publication Date: Apr 26, 2013

Poetry

5 (1 ratings)

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    • allauthor 8 monthsAllauthor
    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • royalkees 8 monthsAuthor
      • I have been writing since I was six years old. As a child I was taken to the library and taught to read. One day before dinner I brought a story about a pencil to the dinner table everyone enjoyed it. So I continued to write. Now I have two books of poetry and am currently working on a third book of poetry.
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      • royalkees 8 monthsAuthor
      • I believe that Helen Steiner and Ruth Bell Graham most resembles the way I write.
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