This Is Why This Year Will Be the Year of Monae Miller

I am Monae Miller. Most may already know that I am a singer-songwriter, gospel artist, recording artist, music producer, servant leader, and an I Fit spiritual assignments quiz creator.  You will most certainly be surprised to hear how I have helped make a difference in the lives of people exposed to my ministry. I have also already produced and written several musical projects while working on a third project to be released in 2018.

Life Experiences of Monae Miller

As far as life experiences are concerned, I truly am one of the most genuine models of a Christian woman. All my life experiences qualify me to speak, write, and teach others about music ministry and leadership. I also aim to inspire all people around the world to be able to obtain their goals in life through ministry, love, and faith. Many people already have praised me due to my meaningful worship that I am gladly sharing to all.

Monae MillerMy Story

I was hospitalized in the year of 2012 due to unknown psychosis. I was also lost and kept wandering on the campus of The University of Houston. This was also where my brother found me. I was not able to remember who I was and how I was able to get there. Everything just kept on spinning into circles. All I wanted was clear and detailed explanations.

After three years, I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder which is also known as a manic depression. For those who are not familiar with such condition, this actually manifests a series of lows and highs. This also emphasizes a time wherein you may feel very energetic. There will also be a time wherein you will be at your low energy. Despite the fact that medication can help regulate some things, there are still instances where you can experience several episodes of the condition.

While I have such a condition, I use it to further inspire and put meanings to the lives of the people that surround me. I was also able to write songs based from my emotions and feelings. I am not doing this for the sake of popularity but for helping to spread the gospel and teachings of Jesus Christ.

Best Year for Monae Miller

The world is full of problems and I hope to inspire those that will listen to dream, have faith, and love with all that is within you. I want to be the agent that motivates and inspires you to fulfill your purpose. I have found my purpose. I have been called to be a minister of music and arts. I use my creative skills to lift Christ. This year I will focus on positioning myself to achieve the things that have been on my heart for some time. Follow me on social media @monaemiller for updates or just send me a word of encouragement to my email contact@monaemiller.com.

In the Meadow

God always seems to amaze me with how he creates beautiful things out of the seemingly unattractive. I was thinking about the meadow and the field as they go through seasons of barren patches of dirt to lush vegetation and I was reminded of relationships. I believe that relationships go through the same seasons and the harvest is plentiful if you tend to the field when the time is right.
I have professional relationships that have grown to more personal ones from just planting seeds of love and compassion and waiting for them to grow into a deeper connection. I love studying psychology and more specifically natural human behavior or habits. It is human nature to want to be loved and cared for. We have an innate need for attention from those that we care about as well. So, I would like to focus on the relationships that grow from unexpected places.
Do you remember the movie Twilight? I know…just stay with me here. I loved the scene with the meadow because that was where Bella and Edward were most intimate in the midst of nature. Their relationship seemed to bloom here because as they were in tune with each other, they were connected to their natural being in the meadow. I think God wants us to cultivate relationships in this same way. If you would like to draw closer to another then you need to spend some alone time with them or at least quality time where they have your undivided attention. This is especially hard with all the distractions of technology everywhere. I sure hope this social media craze will soon pass. Seems like the only way to connect with some it through the disconnected social media outlets. As we detach emotionally, we attach physically to the barriers that keep us from human interaction – technology.
I challenge you and myself to just go with God in the “meadow” where you can be one with him and his creation. It does not have to be outside but it does need to be disconnected from the distractions of life. Just spend 20 minutes a day and I know this investment alone will begin to give a return far greater than the time that was lost. He can give a voice to your heart as you rest in his peace. I encourage you to cultivate those positive relationships and be sure they grow into healthy connections full of accountability and love. Feel free to ask me a question using #AskMonae on any social media platforms @monaemiller.