Mitch Miller’s chief passion is preaching the gospel in the most fascinating way possible in order to win people to Jesus Christ.
It is his goal to change the course of the next generation by communicating Bible truth not only at his church, but at events, conferences, D-Now weekends, camps and retreats all over the country.
Born in Indiana he grew up skateboarding, rocking out and getting into trouble. God saved him when he was seventeen and he hasn’t stopped talking about Jesus since.
He earned his B.A. in Bible Evangelism with a minor in Radio and Television Broadcasting. During college he spent his free time running a couple radio shows.
The last of his four church internships was at Mars Hill Church in Seattle, which, after a little while, turned into a job. He ran the youth group at their Ballard campus, preaching through sermon series and putting on concerts and events for hundreds students from the local high school. He also went through a year of Re:Train, their masters level program.
In addition, Mitch has been blessed with the opportunity to speak all over the country, impacting thousands of lives and eating at every Chinese buffet he can find. He loves speaking at camps, retreats, D-Now weekends, concerts, conferences and any other evangelistic event out there. He is glad to speak on just about any subject. However, his favorite message to deliver is the plain and simple story of how God became a man, paid for the sins of the world, rose again from the grave and now offers salvation to anyone who will turn to trust in him.
His dynamic preaching balances humor with solid Biblical truths, often making his audience crack up with laughter while delivering the gospel in a very clear and accessible way.
Today he lives in Greenville, South Carolina with his wife Joanna, sipping coffee, conquering cell phone games, blogging, and taking walks on the Reedy River. He is having the time of his life working for Grace Church (Pelham campus) where he runs the middle school program, which is packed with the all of the worlds coolest kids.testimony references speaking ministry guest post message