Meredith Miller is a pastor, speaker and writer with a deep love for the local church and its potential to impact and transform communities. Together with her husband Curtis, they are returning home to Southern California in 2019 to start a church that follows Jesus into the world, together.

From 2014-2018 she served on staff at Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago, Illinois.  As Curriculum Director for the children’s ministry, she created the framework for lessons that responds to the latest research on kids and faith formation, as well as wrote all the small group materials for kids Age 2 to Grade 5.

Since 2007, Meredith has been involved in the research of the Fuller Youth Institute (FYI), including Sticky Faith and Growing Young.  She is the writer of Compassion and FYI’s Step Into My Shoes resources, which offer churches and families the chance to see the world through God’s eyes, no passport required.

Meredith holds a Master of Divinity from Fuller Seminary, as well as a B.A. in Religious Studies and Spanish Language & Literature from Westmont College.

You can find her on Instagram or by email at meredithannemiller[at]gmail[dot]com.

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  2. Hi Meredith! So good to see you, Curtis and Riley looking so good and happy. I trust things are going well and that God is using you in mighty ways. We love you and miss you but so happy that you followed God’s leading.
    Sue and Harold

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