Posts by Pastor Steve Miller


IT HURTS SO GOOD!   Back in the day as “freestyle” skiers, my friends and I would occasionally go wilderness skiing. Typically this would consist of 5-6 hours of climbing up steep mountain terrain just to get the thrill of a 15-20 minute ride down. We did this to score untouched “virgin powder” on terrain […]

Staying on Course

“Staying on Course” Golf is something that I enjoy doing, most of the time.  I say most of the time, because there are times when golf can be anything but enjoyable. Don’t get me wrong, I mean it’s always enjoyable to get out on a beautiful day, get some exercise, and fellowship with the guys. […]

Job Well Done!

JOB WELL DONE! Last Sunday was a great day, as a team of about 25 from New Song joined several other local churches to bless some needy school age children in our community. The blessing came in the form of free lunch, haircuts, games, and most of all a free pair of shoes and a […]


Sing! I felt New Song was richly blessed last week by Dr. Tim and Maryl Smith’s visit. Not only was the Friday evening and Sunday morning services rich, but the time they spent with our worship team all day Saturday was invaluable. We will be beneficiaries of their deposit for quite some time to come. […]

Here’s Some Juicy Gossip!

HERE’S SOME JUICY GOSSIP! That title is an attention getter isn’t it? That’s why all the gossip shows and magazines are so popular. Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, and of course the star magazines, are all about the latest celebrity gossip. Who’s on drugs, who are having affairs, and getting divorced, that’s what fuels this billion-dollar […]

Mr. Fix it

I’m not sure where I got it but I’m a full-blown animal lover, especially when it comes to babies. It may have come from as a kid having many pets that were always reproducing. We had dogs, puppies, cats, kittens, tortoises, parakeets, rabbits, guinea pigs, and hamsters, shall I go on? This was in the […]

Internal Vs External

It’s sometimes hard to relate with people from different time periods, even one generation apart. With over a two thousand year period between the beginning of the New Testament Church and today it can seem very difficult to place us in their shoes. So why would we even want too? It’s important because they were […]