The Journey of Kerry and Friends.
|Posted on June 11, 2017 at 8:10 AM||comments (0)|
What a week we have had and we are grateful to help in our community. Kerry and Friends have been at the Medical Mile Run for the Children's Miracle Network, the CoxHealth Kids Health, and Safety Fair, and this week Zagnut will be visiting kids at the hospital, then Tuesday night Ricky Jr will be at the 2nd Annual Community Military Awards Show, and Friday we will be doing a show for NAMI at their talent contest. We sure do love what we do. Thank you, everyone, for your support and prayers.
|Posted on May 24, 2017 at 8:20 AM||comments (0)|
This will be our final update for the month. We hope you have had a great May, and Memorial Day is just a few days away. Let us never forget those who have served and those who are serving. Thursday evening I will be speaking to a group at the American Legion in Springfield on the topic of Sacrifice. Monday I will be honored at an event for my service in the Military, and for my service to Veterans. My wife and I hope you have a great Memorial Day Weekend. Thank you for joining us on our journey.
|Posted on April 9, 2017 at 10:20 AM||comments (0)|
This year is moving so swiftly it is hard to believe. Just yesterday we were able to volunteer at our church where we greeted hundreds of people coming to attend our Grow Track training session. Friday I was able to share what it means to be a Hospital Volunteer with around 30 business owners. Our journey continues on the 21st when Kerry and Friends will be sharing with over 100 hospital volunteers at Rolla. Thank you everyone for joining us on this journey of helping others live out their purpose!
|Posted on April 5, 2017 at 8:30 AM||comments (0)|
We hope you are doing well today! We recently had the opportunity to help lead worship at the Veterans Care Ministry Event, and this past Sunday we shared with my mother's Sunday School Class. This Saturday my wife and I will be attending Grow Track at our church. Thank you on our journey of sharing hope, laughter, and inspiration everywhere we go.
|Posted on March 9, 2017 at 7:25 AM||comments (0)|
This past week has been awesome. Monday we were able to go to the hospital to visit children, their family members, and even those walking in the hallways. Wednesday we were able to share with 300 kids at New Covenant Academy, and this Saturday we will be joining with Steven Brown to share with veterans at the Veteran's Home in Mount Vernon! Thank you for joining us on this journey of sharing hope, laughter, and inspiration!
|Posted on February 26, 2017 at 7:15 AM||comments (0)|
We all had a great time too! Thank you for your prayers. You have a great ministry there! Thank you so much for coming!
---Pastor Kelly at Son Rise Christian Church in Marshfield, MO.
I’m so sorry it has taken me this long to respond but I wanted to let you know the auxiliary LOVED your entertaining Christmas program, they are still talking about the characters you brought along. We felt like you were very funny, inspiring , and joyful so thank you for taking the time to be with us at such a difficult time for you and your family.
Shantelle from Mercy Lebanon, MO.
That was an awesome show last night. Thank you so much! Everyone seemed to enjoy it.
April the Community Recreation Specialist in Springfield, MO.
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|Posted on January 31, 2017 at 8:15 AM||comments (0)|
We had a great time on the cruise, but more than that we had a great time connecting with people in Mobile, AL, and with others from around the United States and the world. Thank you everyone for your prayers and support as we continue to share hope, laughter, and inspiration around the world. Live out your purpose!
|Posted on December 31, 2016 at 7:10 AM||comments (0)|
This blog will be simple. What is your calling? What is your life's purpose? If you don't know the answer then please spend some time reflecting, and I pray you will realize your purpose. As a Christ follower I believe we all have a purpose in life, and it's one thing knowing it, but it's another thing living it out! I pray you will live our your purpose.
|Posted on December 23, 2016 at 7:55 PM||comments (0)|
As I sit down to write this I realize there are so many families that are going through some hard times right now. The holidays, sometimes, are bitter sweet, but if we look at the life of Jesus we know that there is so much joy in the birth of a child, but yet there is pain when a life ends. This past week my oldest brother. Steven Craig Miller, passed away. Yesterday, we attended his funeral, and the song I am including in this blog was sung, and it really moved me. However, before we left town to be with family we recieved a phone call that stopped us in our tracks. Another Stephen, passed away as well. My son's Pastor's son passed away the day we were leaving to go to my brother's funeral. As I listened to this song at my brother's funeral I could see both my brother Steven and Stephen soaring with so many more that have gone before. As you listen may this song lift you up as well.
|Posted on December 17, 2016 at 7:20 AM||comments (1)|
I will be honest from the start, my oldest brother and I were not always close. Being the youngest child sometimes was awesome, other times not so awesome. I have 2 older brothers and an older sister, and growing up was not always easy especially when my two older brothers would use me to practice their wreslting moves. However, I love each member of my family and would never change who they are.
Now let's fast forward to current day. The last few years have been very special between my oldest brother and I, and let me tell you why. For several years my brother and I really didn't communicate, and I missed having that connection, and one day my brother got on FaceBook. I couldn't believe but he did and he reached out to his family. This started some awesome conversations about religion, politics, and riding bikes. (The one's without motors)
Each year he would ride more and more and would encourage me to ride more, and finally I started logging my biking miles. My goal this year was 500 miles, and his goal was 20,000 miles. He had the time to do this and I had to make the time to do this. As of today I am 15 miles short of my goal, and he was 194 miles short when he suddenly passed away last Wednesday. Needless to say when we heard this news our whole family was shocked. I have determined to reach my goal before his funeral, and his friends and family are going to go riding on Christmas Eve to finish his 194 miles. I have asked they use my 15 miles towards that total.
I will truly miss our conversations about religion, about politics, but mostly about bike riding. He inspired me to push myself and do more. The day after we recieved news of his death I went for a 4 mile bike ride at 430 am, and for some reason the Christmas lights were brighter on the houses I rode by, and it was like my brother was riding with me. I usually do 3 miles each morning before work, but that day he rode with me that extra mile.
I love you Steven and will miss you dearly.