Dineen Miller readily admits that one of the greatest lessons she’s learning about life is that there’s purpose in our trials. It’s all about trusting God and putting our hope in Him. Her favorite stories are of the miracles God has wrought in the lives of her family.
Through this lens she also believes her years as a youth counselor, a Stephen Minister, a women’s ministry leader, and a small group leader fuel her desire to ignite the souls of others through words of truth.
In addition to writing for Spiritually Unequal Marriage, Dineen has won several prestigious awards for her fiction, and her devotional writing has been featured in Our Journey and Christian Women Online Magazine. She’s also a C.L.A.S.S. Communicator and has been featured on the Moody Radio Network, Family Life and Focus on the Family Radio.
Married for 24 years to a guy who keeps her young, she lives in the Bay Area with her husband and two adult daughters, who surprise her daily with their own creativity.
She is the co-author of Winning Him Without Words: 10 Keys to Thriving in Your Spiritually Mismatched Marriage and the author of The Soul Saver.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
When Trusting God Is the Only Way Out
On an average day, God started her missions in her sculpting studio, revealing the face of the person she would meet at the grocery store, bank, or playground. The goal was always the same. Reach the lost, bring someone back to God, restore hope. But then came the tough missions—the ones that sent Lexie Baltimore into real battle. And she had a few battle scars to show for it.
Tormented that she can’t reach the one person she loves the most—staunch atheist and husband Hugh—Lexie finds her own hope waning when the battle comes to her doorstep in the shape of a pastor who represents everything she wants and everything her husband is not—a godly man.
Then false accusations and rumors spin her husband and family into a precarious position, and the only way out is to trust God. But how can she convince her husband when she’s struggling to trust God herself?
This time Lexie is the mission.
“Never before have I felt as if I were seeing someone’s life play out across a page until I read Soul Saver. Dineen Miller’s prose had me sighing at the beauty of her word pictures. This is not a book to be missed – Life changing!”
— Robin Caroll, author of the Evil series and Injustice For All
“When you combine stellar writing, intriguing characters, and a fascinating plot the result is a story like Soul Saver. It’s the kind of novel I wish I had written.”
— James L. Rubart, bestselling author of ROOMS, Book of Days, and The Chair
Learn more about Dineen and her books on her Website.
Lexie Baltimore, a talented sculptor, has a unique spiritual gift. Quite often, she is awakened during the night with the urge to sculpt the image of the next person to whom God wants her to minister His love. While she has faithfully followed the leading of the Holy Spirit, she can’t help but wonder when her atheist husband will be saved. Little does she know that her next few assignments will not only be related but will involve her in a battle for her faith, her marriage, her family, and possibly even her life.
In the tradition of Frank Peretti’s two “Darkness” novels and John Aubrey Anderson’s more recent series, The Black & White Chronicles, The Soul Saver provides the reader with a fictional account of the very real need for spiritual warfare. Miller graphically illustrates just how far our enemy will go to keep a soul from Christ and the temptations and lies that are designed to trip up even the most faithful believer. Miller’s characters are well defined with realistic challenges and choices in their lives.
The Soul Saver is a gripping story that is not only entertaining but gives us a clear view into the wiles of the devil while reminding us of the real source of power. A story of faith, perseverance, and obedience, the final outcome is victory and redemption. A book that I couldn’t put down, The Soul Saver has earned a prominent place on my keeper list. I can’t wait to read what this author has to offer next time.