Author Spotlight: Lisa Mills

Posted by Sara Matz
Published On Jun 8, 2016

Author Biography:

Lisa Mills is an Atlanta, Georgia based comedian and self published author who ironically, once struggled with severe anxiety and depression. Since being healed, Lisa is passionate about two things: sharing her faith and finding the funny! She believes that there is enough laughter in everyday life to keep us all in stitches if we will just look for it. Lisa brings all types of people together through her unique blend of slightly skewed, southern humor. Whether in a church setting or at corporate event, she challenges audiences to not take themselves too seriously through her comedic perspective, known as Lisa Out Loud!


Lord, Did I Really Shave My Legs for This?

“Lord, Did I Really Shave My Legs For This?” is a collection of real devotions for real women. Lisa Mills shows us that spending time with your Creator isn't much different than spending time with your best friend. She insists that your time spent with God doesn't have to be super spiritual, but more importantly, filled with much love and yes, lots of laughter. Whether you are a new believer or one who has served Him for years, these pages will certainly bless your quiet time with the Lord. . .that is, if you can laugh quietly while reading them!


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Lisa is an award-winning comedian, motivational speaker, actor, and author. Her acting debut was working alongside network television’s favorite military gal, Catherine Bell on the Lifetime Channel’s hit show, Army Wives. As an in-demand keynote speaker, she is known for her message of Transforming Ordinary Into Extraordinary. Her always funny, laser-sharp wit has been featured on the Lifetime Network, NOW Network, Impact Network, Netflix, the Dove Channel, and iHeart Radio. She can be seen headlining venues around the country while touring and promoting her latest book, Lord Did I Really Shave My Legs For This?