Nathaniel Miller

Voyages of a Dawn Treader



The Revival of A Christmas Carol

Nearly every December, I make a point to read A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. This ghostly tale of Ebenezer Scrooge has been portrayed in nearly every art form imaginable multiple times over. Still, I find this book fresh and invigorating.... Continue Reading →


A Growing Appetite

It is none too easy to stay in the blogging business when in the summer camp business.  Far too much time has between that magic hour during orientation and the final goodbyes, and far too many wonderful things God has... Continue Reading →

A Story of Monstrous Beauty

It's been said that a picture is worth a thousand words.  But as I read the third book of Andrew Peterson's Wingfeather Saga, The Monster in the Hollows, I have come to believe his words are worth a thousand pictures. ... Continue Reading →

New Life Camp – A Real Life Narnia

I have had some wonderful thoughts fill my head of late.  The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis remains my favorite fiction series.  I enjoy something new each time I read through them.  And as crazy as the title may... Continue Reading →

The Voyage Ends

Overnight camp has ended.  If I included weeks such as service week and orientation, eight weeks of the most wonderful summer I have ever had have come and gone.  I mused with David Brown as I checked him out of... Continue Reading →

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