Written For Our Learning’s purpose is to educate, inform, inspire, motivate, and lead people closer to God. I am continually trying to learn different things, striving to spend my time wisely. Here I choose to share this information with you, in hopes that it might benefit you in some way. All ages and genders are welcome to read, however, the audience I write for is directed towards women.

My name is Moriah Miller. I am 19 years old, and am a daughter of the Pastor of Bible Believers Fellowship, kjvbiblebelievers.com. I am continually trying to learn and grow closer to Christ. I am striving for living a life of Biblical Womanhood, to preach the gospel to every living creature, and submitting to the role God gave me. I am currently studying to become a midwife through a correspondence program called Midwifery Institute of America. I live at home under the authority of my Dad, learning home economics and the art of domesticity. I pray that what I write will benefit you; whether positive or negative.

If you notice error in my writing, want to make a personal comment, or desire more information, please contact me at gregsgirl93@yahoo.com.

I hope you enjoy my blog, and perhaps learn many things.



  1. Juliana Stoy · · Reply

    Hi there. How do you like that midwifery course? I want to be a midwife myself, and I’m looking into different methods of getting there.

    1. I really do like Midwifery Institute of America. It is completely go at your own pace, no pressure, and they use good programs. It’s also very cost effective! Not to mention Christian based, if that is a perk for you.

      Feel free to visit their website (midwiferyinstituteofamerica.com/‎) and e-mail Mary. Feel free to mention my name. :]

      Another program that has been well praised is MidwifeToBe. Same concept, and around the same price. They also have groups you can be apart of, and I believe there’s more accountability, which is somewhat lacking in M.I.A. I have a friend who is following their program, and she loves it. (She’s now a doula and actively attending births!)

      It all depends on your lifestyle, your availability, learning style, etc.

      I am still a part of M.I.A. but am now mostly self-studying.

      I do not agree with M.I.A.’s nutrition and Anatomy & Physiology program, since they are government/evolution based programs. I am unaware of MidwifeToBe’s curriculum and what it includes.

      Those are the two programs that I can honestly recommend. :]

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