Kimberly Miller

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Biography

Kimberly I. Miller is a native from Norfolk, Virginia.  She has been in the legal practice for twenty-one years.  She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia (Cum Laude). In 2015, Ms. Miller earned a Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Management and Planning from Norfolk State University.  Ms. Miller is currently studying for a Doctorate Degree in Criminal Justice at Saint Leo University.

 

Ms. Miller is very active in her local church at Gethsemane Community Fellowship Baptist Church.  She is also very active in her local community where she volunteers for non-profit organizations such as the Susan B. Komen Cancer Foundation and Empowerment of Women, LLC.

 

Ms. Miller’s mission for the Kingdom of God is to teach and help women become and behold their position as a believer in Jesus Christ by building their hope, strength, and spirit, as virtuous women. Stay Strong in Me: 30-Day Devotional is one way that she can begin to achieve that goal.

Stay Strong in Me:  30-Day Devotional

Stay Strong in Me: 30-Day Devotional, features thirty days of faith-filled inspiring sections to uplift and speak to the believer’s heart towards believing in God’s promises.  We may sometimes experience the deep core of believing what we cannot see in the natural eye, which causes us to not be assured in our faith.  A person who lives without faith is always seeking an explanation.  Faith means many things to the unbeliever, however, in the Child of God, faith is expecting what we cannot see and believing in the hope of God’s word.  As a child of God, faith is the key devotion and commitment to God fulling His promises. 

 

Through this devotional workbook, you will be guided toward a direct understanding and prospective by revealing your personal belief of faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as you face the unforeseen trials and toils of life’s circumstances.