Paul Miller

Paul E. Miller is executive director of seeJesus as well as the best-selling author of A Praying Life, among other works. With the help of his ministry staff, Miller creates and conducts interactive discipleship seminars throughout the world. He and his wife, Jill, live in the Philadelphia area and have six children as well as a growing number of grandchildren.

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Do you have a child with special needs? Ginny Owens, Jennifer Shaw, Paul MIller, Sarah Parshall Perry, and Amy Julia Becker share stories of faith, joy, and hardship unique to parenting special children. View Show Notes →
Do you have a child with special needs? Ginny Owens, Jennifer Shaw, Paul MIller, Sarah Parshall Perry, and Amy Julia Becker share stories of faith, joy, and hardship unique to parenting special children. View Show Notes →
This Easter and Lent weekend, grasp the breadth and depth of Jesus' love for us with guests Philip Ryken, Paul Miller, and Josh McDowell. View Show Notes →
Paul Miller, David Nasser, and Megan Hill encourage listeners to draw close to God our Father through prayer. View Show Notes →
Paul Miller reminds us how dependent Jesus was on his heavenly Father, even to the point where he said he did nothing on his own. View Show Notes →
Prayer warrior Paul Miller explains how praying to God should be just like having dinner with an old friend; you love being with Him, you don't have an agenda, and you can talk about anything. View Show Notes →
Paul Miller talks about the why, when and how-to's of prayer. Paul encourages listeners to talk unreservedly to God as children do their fathers. View Show Notes →
Paul Miller teaches about love from the Book of Ruth. Ruth goes the distance to care for Naomi, and that's what we must do if we are to love like Christ does. View Show Notes →
We must embrace Christ in His suffering. Best-selling author and father of six, Paul Miller, is joined by his autistic daughter, Kim, as he talks about joining into Christ's fellowship of suffering. View Show Notes →
Paul Miller opens up the Book of Ruth to illustrate the meaning of hesed love, a steadfast kind of love and commitment that knows no exit strategy. View Show Notes →