About The Book

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2009 Indie Book Award Finalist in three categories:

  • Inspirational
  • Women’s Issues
  • Religious Non-Fiction

 

 

Hearing His Whisper is intimate conversations with Jesus through the challenges of life, including two of life’s top stressors. You will discover a portal into the un-manifested spiritual dimension that ultimately leads to internal freedom, inner strength, self-love and acceptance through and with the source of love itself.

The world screams and God whispers, as you pause and lean your personality into Jesus’ loving kindness you will release the grip you have on those shiny objects that create stress and anxiety and hold you back from the freedom Christ died to give you.

Hearing His Whisper is grab and go inspiration that you can use in the midst of the hustle and bustle of life. In this second edition Lauren sets up the reader up by offering a safe container through which you can unpack and apply the phrases and insights that land in your heart. You will get a glimpse of Jesus’ love and faithfulness in the eye of the storm as you walk with Lauren through every day inconveniences and emotional triggers into two of life’s top stressors at the same time.

An attachment is an emotional state of clinging due to the belief that without some specific outcome. situation or circumstance you cannot be happy. You will learn the power of releasing attachments as you resurrect your identity in Christ.

With every storm and hardship Jesus comes too and along with an opportunity to re-engage the powerful, courageous spirit that Christ died to empower you with. Once your source of identity and confidence is fueled by your faith in Jesus’ perfect love for you, fear will be cast out of your mental radar.

You will learn that a simple desire to hear the voice of the Lord will unlock your ability to first guess what He may say to the questions you pose which after time leads to a full immersion into a continual flow of meaning (which is the definition of dialogue) between you and your Savior as was the case for Samuel: “Speak Lord, your servant is listening.”

“It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm then and do not let yourselves be burdened by the yoke of slavery.” Galatians 5:1

“Stress is the power we give to outside circumstance to define our worth, value and capability. Take it back Today!”


Don’t cry Mom, your soul still has hair..long beautiful hair, “my ten year old son said as he ran his little hands over my balding head.”

“Thank you God, for another day of life to learn how to love better.”

“I forgot who I was, and therefore, I farmed out the power to define me to the world around me.”

“Our beauty flows from a source that is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow.”


“ Hearing His Whisper is a great read! A well-written, very inspirational book…” Dr. Paul Seligman, Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado

“Lauren pulls back the hospital room curtain and invites us into her intimate conversations with God…” Jack Crabtree, Executive Director, Long Island Youth for Christ

“…Not only inspired me, but it taught me to become a more committed believer in God.” Melange of Cultures (Click here to read full review)


14 Responses to “About The Book

  • Molly Conahan
    9 years ago

    One of my friends dropped off Lauren’s book two weeks ago….It was a true blessing from heaven. I had just been diagnosed with the same type of breast cancer . I could not put the book down. It was exactly what I needed. I read and I cried and then I read some more and cried even more. It validated all the feelings and fears I had been experiencing. Her candid words on her fear of loosing her hair and her breasts…were exactly what I had been experiencing. Her faith is an inspiration to me as I begin my journey. Thank you Lauren for Listening to God’s whispers and letting us share in your journey. It has given me strength.May God bless you abundantly. Molly C

  • Christy Dorchuck
    9 years ago

    Lauren is an inspiration to all with her boundless faith. Her book is life transforming as it helps to explain God’s profound truths. Life is all about love; being loved and giving love. Lauren’s book also teaches us how to develop an intimate relationship Jesus. It is a testimony to life, love, faith and hope. I highly recommend her book to anyone seeking to discern God’s will!

  • J.N. "Bear" McCollum
    9 years ago

    Lauren Miller is “must” read for any Christian facing tragedy. Be ready to acknowledge the love and power of God. Her acuity grows day by day, event despite reverses. There is real bravery in this work.

  • Karen Purves
    9 years ago

    In my first read of “Hearing His Whisper”, I focused on Lauren’s inspiring story and how she moved from fear to love. I can’t imagine how she would have faced so many challenges without her strong faith. I am now rereading the book at a much slower pace, focusing on the spiritual messages. It amazes me that the messages Lauren received are the same as those in the Course in Miracles. She did receive on a personal and practical level the teachings brought to us through the ages. Her honesty and openness make the message accessible to not only someone going through crisis, but to each of us as we deal with those less serious challenges.

  • Silvina Moschini
    9 years ago

    In Hearing His Whisper: A Journey through Cancer and Divorce, Lauren Miller offers her own personal experience with survival and the bounty of the spirit hidden within. Her powerful journey as a mother of young children suddenly faced with advanced breast cancer and divorce should be required reading for anyone facing adversity – men and women alike – for it is both a testament and survival guide.

    Told with simple narrative beauty, Miller describes how her initial fear, anger and uncertainty ultimately led to a profoundly deeper understanding of the nature of love and the teachings of Jesus Christ, awakening in her an inner strength and peace – a beautiful oasis of the spirit.

    Thank you, Lauren, for writing this beautiful book.

  • Rose Roach
    9 years ago

    I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for … Lauren’s
    “Hearing His Whisper” book … I found her story so compelling I read the entire book the first night he brought it and still find myself picking it up to remind me of her words. The journey so far has been an adventure to say the least, and based on the finding of one positive lymph node, I am having another surgery on the 10th of March to remove the remaining axillary nodes under my right arm. I am hoping all goes well and with any luck, can start my first chemotherapy treatment on the 19th, 20th or 23rd of March. For now, I am happy to be in touch again even though it is only from a “cyber-perspective”, and can hardly wait to return physically to TMA!! Once again … many, many thanks for … sharing Lauren’s story with me–it truly helped me reading the words and thoughts of someone who has already been down the road I find myself on.

  • Jean Marie Crawford
    9 years ago

    I just picked up your book this morning. Barnes and Noble ordered it for me. I am only on page 32, and already I have tears in my eyes as I read your words, especially “Love is the answer to suffering” and “Suffering is a means by which the human heart is expanded in such a say that more love can enter in and therefore, more love flows out”… Thank you for your special gift of writing. Love Jean

  • Jazmine
    9 years ago

    I recently finished Laurens ‘Hearing His Whisper’ and it is an inspiring book, by an amazing woman. It is a message of faith and hope to all. No matter how big the challenge, you will believe and feel that in the end, with enough love, faith, and hope, you wil be triumphant.
    I learned recently to be thankful for every day you have, each one is truly the most beautiful gift you can receive.

    In addition to Laurens words and the whispers she’s shared, if I may share a couple as well –

    We can’t stop the waves, but we can learn how to surf.

    Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.

    Hope does not dissapoint.

    Keep up the great work Lauren, thank you.

    Prayers, peace and love to all.

  • Alicia Vargo
    9 years ago

    Lauren not only “Nurtures the Female Spirit” with this book, she nurtures God’s spirit as well. God had to have been truly smiling when this book was published. God feels us through this book as much as we feel him through Lauren’s words. This book is Lauren’s true love story with God. What a gift it must be to have such a profound connection, a connection many of us only aspire and dream to have. Lauren has a gift and its a selfless one, to assist and help others without conditions.

    My life is amazingly blessed by this book and Lauren’s wisdom.
    Alicia Vargo

  • Mary Gohlke Metzger
    8 years ago

    I bought your book from Amazon.com and read it this weekend. I struggled at first because it seemed elusive to have a conversation with Jesus. Would he be so available, direct, and accepting? Maybe to you, but to me? As I read on I was enthralled with the communication and the universality of your dialogue with Jesus. He began to speak to me. What a great book! After reading Hearing His Whisper (some parts two or three times!), I felt a peace surround me I have never felt reading any book. The dialogue you created with Jesus and his responses opened the door to my own faith and beliefs. It seemed a paradox that a book about brokenness would give me a feeling of wholesomeness.

  • Peace to you today Colin,

    I appreciate your insights and will take them into consideration. Enjoy the beautiful aspects of each
    new dawn and all of the opportunity for growth and learning that come with it!

  • I am putting up a link to sign up for more information and insights. I hope to have it on my website by the end of this week! Enjoy your day of life.

  • I put up a post each time I am moved to do so. When I get an inspiration in my own life, I take note of it and
    either send out something on twitter : http://www.twitter.com/laurenemiller7 or I will write about it at length on the blog.
    I have been sending out quick stress relief tips on twitter these days. I will change the blog post about once or twice a month. I also send out a quick newsletter once or twice a month with inspirational insights, you can sign up for that on my website. I always appreciate the feedback on my blog and the inspiration that flows through your hearts.

  • Janessa Kraatz
    6 years ago

    I like your blog plain and simple. Keep up the good work and I will keep reading you.

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