Objects & Places from To Own a Dragon: Reflections on Growing up Without a Father

Don Miller (author)
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Pine Wood Car

Miller did not have help as a child making this object and was unable to win the competition.

Dragon

As a child, Miller wanted to own and ride one of these.

Boring, Oregon

Miller lives here with the MacMurray family and this is the setting for this book.

Photographs

These objects represent the importance of dedication to one's work for Miller.

Bible Study

This is a meeting that Miller attends for spiritual guidance and to make friends with other men.

Bible

This object provides Miller with inspiration and knowledge and helps him in his search for truth.

Sunset

This object is an example of how God shows a desire to give pleasure to his children.

Promise Keepers rally

Miller attends this meeting to learn to be a Christian man.

Cell Phone

Miller learns the importance of honesty and integrity when he does not tell the...

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