Bio

John Mark Miller grew up as the son of a Baptist pastor, and has served in the church for as long as he can remember.  He sang his first church solo at seven years old, and has always had a passion for proclaiming God’s truth.  At twelve years old he committed his life to Jesus Christ, and had the privilege of being baptized by his own father.

During his senior year of high school John Mark felt called to vocational ministry, and immediately began to serve as a church pianist, worship leader, and youth worker.  Over the years he has had the privilege of serving as a pulpit supply preacher, Young Adult small group leader, youth worker, camp counselor, chair of a D-NOW Lead Team, assistant to the president at a Baptist university, and Minister of Music.

John Mark earned a bachelor’s degree from Dallas Baptist University and a master’s degree from Southern Methodist University.  In May 2015, he plans to graduate from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary with his Master of Divinity in Pastoral Leadership.

John Mark is married to his college sweetheart, Janelle, who felt called to be a pastor’s wife while she was only twelve years old.  Janelle holds a Master of Arts in Counseling degree from Dallas Baptist University, and is passionate about working with her husband to provide pastoral care for those in times of need.

The Lord has blessed John Mark and Janelle with two beautiful children, Jade and Joel, whom they had the privilege of adopting in November 2014.  The Millers enjoy serving in ministry together, and reside in Weatherford, Texas.

   

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5 comments on “Bio

  1. First of all John–I don’t see how you have time to turn around—but great for the start of a devotional blog—and by the way—you should know that I too am adopted 🙂
    A beautiful family–
    Blessings—Julie

    • Thanks so much, Julie! I feel like I always have a sermon or article floating in the back of my mind (while I’m driving, walking, etc.) and all I have to do is sit down and put it all on paper… But you’re right… it’s not always as simple as it sounds!

      I didn’t know that you were adopted – that is such a beautiful blessing! Thanks for stopping by today!

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