Becky Juett Miller

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Gender Female
Industry Tourism
Location Ardmore, TN, United States
Introduction Army veteran,been writing since I was 15.Love life.Love God. Married to retired Army officer since 1977. 2 grown sons and an awesome daughter in law too! A member and/or leader in Moms In Prayer International Prayer ministry since 1996. Furloughed from Delta Air Lines in 2008.BA Social Work/MS Agency Counseling.Quill & Scroll member in High School.Attended Ohio University High School Journalism Workshop. Accepted Christ 19 March 1975 in Charleston, WVA. Attended the 2009 and 2010 Kentucky Christian Writers Conferences and the 2010 & 2012 AZ Courage To Write Retreat.Attended writers event in 2009 at Calhoun Community College(AL). Have written articles on Helium website. Participant on Presidential Prayer Team site on two occasions giving input on Prayer walking. Native of Cincinnati, Ohio. Biggest thrill was getting in Readers Digest April 99 Life in These United States.Biggest writing blessing was writing for 6 months for Madison Spirit section of Huntsville Times in 2002.This devotion appears in the Eastern Kentucky Voice since July 2013. Contributing Writer to "Hopelifter Creative Ways to Spread Hope When Life Hurts" released 6 Aug 13 by Zondervan.Motto is Write On!
Interests Running, hiking, outdoors, movies, friends, travel, saving our freedoms, praying, reading Bible, laughing, snow skiing, live theater.
Favorite Movies Fireproof, Secrets of Jonathan Sperry, Letters to God, Lake House, Sleepless in Seattle, Phantom of the Opera, Grace Card, Dolphin Tale, Courageous, Blond Side, Safe Haven, Walk to Remember.
Favorite Music Christian Contemporary, Show Tunes, Jazz.
Favorite Books Disciples Are Made Not Born;Liberty And Tyranny

Bible verse for my daily writing is 1 Corinthians 15:58 and it says "Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain."