Pastor Allen Miller

Pastor Allen Miller was born and raised in southwest Louisiana, where as a youth he was active in church.  As a young adult he relocated to Lake County, Illinois.

Later he united with a local ministry where he served faithfully.  After several years he felt a strong call of God to relocate his family to a church home where they could be strengthened spiritually, both as individuals and as a family.  At the same time he had a desire to move forward with the call God had placed on his life -- to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  He and his wife truly felt the call to go where they could grow and bloom where planted.

Pastor Miller received his license to minister from Logos Ministerial Training Institute in 1993, and was later ordained Elder in 1996.  

An anointed preacher, teacher and leader with a passion to see souls saved and lives restored, Pastor Miller has a strong gifting to minister to families and, in particular to men, to see them walk in their God-ordained authority as strong, loving and faithful husbands and fathers, having a positive influence in their homes and communities.

For over two decades Pastor Miller has served faithfully in church ministry, including the presbytery,  Sunday School, jail ministry, street ministry, and as a men's conference facilitator and speaker.

Pastor Miller is truly a man of God who puts God first, his family, his church and his community.  For over 40 years, he worked as a federal governemnt employee.

Pastor Miller resides in northwest Lake County. He is a dedicated family man, a loving husband of one wife, Celestine; the father of two and grandfather of six.

   

Elder Celestine Miller

Elder Celestine Miller was raised in Lake County, Illinois and attended Waukegan and North Chicago schools.  She was employed for 25 years at Abbott Laboratories and Abbvie, from where she recently retired.  

In 1982 she re-dedicated her life to the Lord and committed to serve Him in whatever capacity He chose to use her.  In 1993 she earned her ministry license from Logos Ministerial Training Institute, and was ordained an Elder in August of 1996.  

Elder Celestine is gifted in the areas of teaching and church administration.  God has given her a heart for ministry to women, particularly to wives and young mothers in the area of nurturing and building up of their homes.

Over the past 23 years she has served faithfully in ministry as evangelist, intercessor, Sunday School teacher, youth leader and in nursing home ministry.  She has ministered alongside her husband in jail ministry where they conducted weekly bible studies at the Lake County Jail.

Elder Celestine is happily married to her husband of 38 years, Pastor Allen Miller.  She is the mother of two adult children Kimberly (Nakia) and Reggie (Trish), and the grandmother of six precious grandchildren:  Sariah, Kaylah, Caleb (CJ), Joshua, Jadon and Landon.