Evangelist Mary Jane Miller grew up in a family that loved God. She always knew God had plan for her life. She has often recalled sitting on her grandmother's knee drinking in every sentence, as she poured out God's Word. The seed of God's Word was planted by her grandmother, and fell on good ground. Years later after many trials and much tribulation, God called, and she answered the Call.
Minister Miller is the proud wife of Pastor James H. Miller, Sr., Shepard of First Baptist Church of Warrington, mother of six children, (five boys and one daughter) and very proud grandmother of 27 grandchildren.
She attended Ministry School and graduated from Birmingham Baptist College, an extension of Selma University in Selma, Alabama; with a Bachelor of Religious Education Degree in May of 1984.
Minister Miller traveled from Alabama to Florida to Georgia preaching and teaching the Word of God. She has enjoyed serving at her Home Church as Sunday School Teacher, being a part of the Revival Choir and presently as Youth Counselor and Young Matrons' Counselor. She has conducted classes for Pastor's and Minister's wives as well as Seminars and Conferences Speaker.
Her Community Service includes Career Day Speaker for Founder of U.C.I.O. (United Community Improvement Organization) in Foley, Alabama, Ecumenical Ministries, Inc., Christmas Caring and Sharing Program of Baldwin County, Alabama, Red Cross Blood Drive, Angel Tree for Children, Meals on Wheels for sick and shut-in in Foley, Alabama, Community Leader for Community Development and Training for the Christian Multi-cultural Economic Development Alliance (CEMEDA), and the Jail Ministry for Escambia County, Florida.
Minister Miller was selected and received a plaque for inclusion in the 2005-2006 Manchester Who's Who Registry of Executive and Professionals. She is part of an excellent Outreach Ministry, and is truly a willing vessel waiting for the Lord to order her steps.