A Million Miles in a Thousand Years

A Million Miles in a Thousand Years:
What I Learned While Editing My Life
By Donald Miller (Thomas Nelson)
A 2012 Outreach Resource of the Year

“In the familiar sea of personal storides from athletes, missionaries and people in dangerous places overcoming great odds, Miller’s latest memoir offers quieter waters, but important and deep. He tells of working on the screenplay for the forthcoming film of his first memoir, the bestselling Blue Like Jazz, and wonders: What kind of character am I really? Have I taken great enough risks? At whose cost? He gives you courage to face your own ordinary. He makes you think hard on why God doesn’t script our endings. He helps you see how even now, this minute, you have the chance to surprise the Master Storyteller, ever open to plot twists. He reminds you to see how every person contributes a chapter to the greater story God is writing, and he stirs you to revision to live more connected to the other chapters, more powerfully, more surprising.” —Jeanette Thomason, from the March/April 2012 issue of Outreach magazine

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