Upon graduating from Westminster Theological Seminary, Paul Miller served seven years as the founding RUF campus minister at Texas A&M Corpus Christi. During his time there he was invited to join a local prison ministry. Though he was very anxious at the thought of entering a maximum security prison, he was excited about the opportunity to share the gospel with those incarcerated. Upon his first visit, Paul’s heart was filled with the love of God for prisoners. Inmates immediately responded to him, asking him to return to preach in their chapel services whenever possible. Paul found that inmates were quick to open up to him, seeking his counsel on how to have a closer walk with the LORD. He wondered if God may be calling him into full time prison ministry.
After much counsel and prayer, Paul has decided to accept the call to be the first Regional Director for Metanoia Prison Ministries in Texas. The Miller’s are very excited for this new opportunity to share the glorious gospel of Christ’s saving grace throughout the prisons in Texas. Paul believes that his life with all of its highs and lows, victories and struggles, has prepared him to minister in a the very difficult environment of prisons.
Paul and Laura met in Dallas marrying in 2003. Jack came along in 2009 and is their greatest blessing. The Miller’s enjoy vacations at the beach, good movies, neighborhood walks, and playing tennis together. Paul is a foodie who loves to cook and enjoys sharing meals with friends and family. Besides caring for the family and helping Paul with ministry, Laura enjoys working part time for Stitch Fix as a stylist. Jack keeps his parents entertained with his stories, plays, and by teaching them Minecraft. Jack also enjoys cub scouts and soccer. The Miller family would not be complete without their two lovable dogs, Mathis and Thomas.