Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Local Cincinnati Author Barbara Bernard Miller Releases Mighty Inspiration: Love Letters From God

Author Barbara Bernard Miller, draws directly upon the words of God for the content of Mighty Inspiration: Love Letters From God. In her book she addresses forgiveness, relationships, joy, harmony, progress and much more

Author Barbara Bernard Miller has released Mighty Inspiration, Love Letters From God. While most authors draw upon their own minds and words for inspiration, Ms. Miller has had the good fortune to find an authoritative co-author for Mighty Inspiration: Love Letters from God – God Himself.

"Last year I had a truly spiritual experience and personal message from God that needs to be given to the world," Ms. Miller stated. “I captured the experience in writing along the way. It's a message about love, creativity, and encouragement for each of us to use our gifts to change our world. I wrote this book as a way to capture what was a profound and moving spiritual experience. As I was living this journey it was so important for me to put it into written form so that I would not lose one second of the opportunity. This was a new and deeper level to my relationship with God and I didn't want to forget a thing. Once I realized it was bigger than me and the message was designed for a broader audience, I knew I had to transform it into a published book."

In Mighty Inspiration, Ms. Miller addresses forgiveness, passion, relationships, joy, harmony, progress and much more. She serves as the vehicle for God to reach His people, but understands the message is not her own. She considers herself to be the instrument through which the words are written. The book is full of words of encouragement, as well as messages that hold the potential to change the world.

"This book would be great reading for anyone who is seeking a deeper understanding of their life's purpose. Many already have a deep relationship with God and this book will enhance that with direction, instruction and messages of love. For those who are still struggling with what they believe, this book gives them a glimpse into my experience and what I believe to be fundamental truths shown to me about love, life, and God. This book is an opportunity to change your life if you are open to possibility."

Barbara Bernard Miller recently appeared on radio stations across the country including WOCA-AM 1370 in Gainesville, FL, KFUO AM 850 in St. Louis, MO, WYZE AM 1480 in Atlanta, GA, WNTN AM 1550 in Boston, MA, Issues With Walt Shaw, WKTO in Daytona Beach, FL, WCUP AM in Green Bay, WI, Sirius XM Sat Channel 159, and Westwood One Radio Net. She has also appeared on The Christian Authors Show. She is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at b.millergirl1@hotmail.com. Mighty Inspiration is available at her website, at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and other online booksellers and bookstores. 50% of the proceeds from Mighty Inspiration are donated to charity. A sample chapter of Mighty Inspiration: Love Letters From God is available at her website.

Mighty Inspiration: Love Letters From God
Barbara Bernard Miller
Eloquent Books
ISBN: 978-1-60693-880-5


Barbara Bernard Miller entered St. Joseph's orphanage at age 3 as a ward of the state. She lived there from age three through eight. Her adoptive grandparents, Jeul and Mabel Bernard, would get her out of the orpahanage through the Friends Of The Orphans program. When their oldest daughter got married, she and her new husband decided to adopt Barbara.

She was educated in the Catholic school system in Cincinnati, Ohio. Directly after high school, she began her career in corporate America. She attended college at Xavier University at night and on weekends.

Since the age of 30, Miller has had many spiritual experiences in which God has given her messages. With each one, it has become increasingly more important to step out in faith and act or deliver the message without regard of the risk of judgment by others. Her experiences have prepared her to hear and act on the messages she receives.


Barbara Bernard Miller