Dr. Tim & Cecile Miller
Belmont University, Nashville, TN
1984 B.A., Religion
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, LA
1987 M.DIV. Pastoral Ministry
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, LA
1993 D. Min.
MINISTRY EXPERIENCE SUMMARY
– 1984 keynote speaker at state Youth Evangelism Conference, Nashville, TN
– 1984 student speaker for Belmont University at Tennessee Baptist Convention
– 1996 led West Virginia’s prayer ceremony for the state legislative session
– Served as Senior Pastor in a total of seven churches and interim pastor in two churches
– 2000 – founder of Disciple The Nations, Inc., a non-profit international disciple-making ministry to more than 40 nations
– Planted multiple churches worldwide through the ministry of DTN
– 2001 – 2006 keynote speaker for several local World Missions Conferences
– 2000 – 2010 traveled worldwide extensively with missions focus
– Led and organized two West African Conferences representing over 20 countries
– Received special recognition from two African governments for community impact
– Authored four books to date; discipleship manual is now available in over ten languages
– Outdoor writer – has written a devotional book for outdoorsmen and has been published in newspaper articles and periodicals
– Radio speaker. Keynote speaker at many events, including college chapels, outdoorsmen wild game suppers, men’s retreats and revival meetings.
Dr. Miller’s wife, Cecile is alongside him in ministry, particularly in mixed counseling situations. Mrs. Miller has long experience serving in formal paid ministry as well as volunteer positions. She was executive pastoral assistant to the lead pastor of five and also served as a lay-counselor. She served as development coordinator for a term at Camp Qwanoes, assisting the executive director. She was a missionary church-planter to Montana with her husband. Cecile has also worked in three medical clinics over the years. Her gifting is to gather women of all ages for teaching, mentoring and discipleship. She has been a speaker at women’s events. Favourite interests include cooking, writing, painting, composing songs, camping and riding horseback with her husband.
There are six children in the Miller’s family and six little grandsons. Their youngest two children remaining at home are soon leaving their teens and preparing to launch out into adulthood.
The Millers love to explore the great outdoors together, (hunting, fishing, camping, riding horses, etc.), and writing about their experiences.
Irene came to Three Hills from small town La Glace, Alberta in 1975 as a PBI student. Upon graduating with a BRE she joined PBI staff working as Paul Maxwell’s secretary. Five years later she married Keith Boody who was also on staff. They have four lovely children—Lisa, Ben, Rebekah, and Daniel—who are their pride and joy. Keith has been working as Business Manager for International Student Ministries since 1993, and Irene has spent most of the last 23 years taking care of the family and homeschooling the children. Office work is something Irene loves, so becoming the Administrative Assistant at Prairie Tab in November 2009 was a great fit for her. Her hobbies include reading, spending time with her family, and warm sunny beaches.
Sheldon grew up on an acreage near the small town of Erskine, Alberta, an hour northeast of Three Hills. He had a passion for basketball and a clear desire to know Christ in a real way. He met Destynn on a mission trip while in high school and after the trip, they kept in touch from a distance. The relationship matured after graduation and they married in 2009.
Sheldon holds a sports management diploma and a youth ministry bachelor of arts from Prairie College. He and Destynn have been married seven years and are the proud parents of Adalia, 2, and Nezian, 1, with another child coming soon. Destynn attended Peace River Bible Institute and earned a medical office assistant diploma at Capilano University in North Vancouver. In addition to working at the Three Hills hospital, Destynn loves helping Sheldon with his youth ministry.
Currently, he is the youth pastor of a joint youth group with Bethel Evangelical Missionary Church called Thrive Youth. He has coached basketball for both junior and senior high at Prairie Christian Academy for the past four years. Sheldon says, “I love basketball, love spending time with my family, and desire to see all the young people we connect with have deep relationships with Jesus Christ.”
Director of Children’s Ministries
For 26 years, Tammy has taught and trained children and youth in various settings and has worked with these groups and their families at PTC since 2010. When asked to describe a ministry highlight she said, “There are many, but the one that stands out is directing and leading the Stix ’n’ Stuff youth drama team in Three Hills. What an exciting time—we presented the gospel to many who may not have otherwise heard of Jesus’ love.” You don’t have to be around Tammy for long to realize she is passionate about helping lead young people to serve and love Jesus wholeheartedly.
With a twinkle in her eye, Tammy says she has shared and enjoyed 36 years with her best friend and husband Jerry; they have five children and just recently welcomed their first grandchild. In addition to camping, reading, and long pleasant rides with Jerry, Tammy loves spending time with friends and family.
Gaylene could honestly say she has spent most of her life in school. BSc, BEd from Brandon University, BRE and MA in Christian Counselling from Briercrest Bible College and Seminary, teaching high school and Bible college for twenty years, and forty-nine years in God’s school of learning. Her spiritual gifts are in encouragement, teaching, and faith. Thus in her “spare time”, she has invested a multitude of hours in coaching, mentoring, and camp ministry. The most recent years have seen the challenge and reward of initiating the ministry of Rehoboth Christian Ministries in Three Hills and seeing the individuals who are supported flourish in their lives and relationships.
“My experience throughout life is that God is faithful, He perseveres in my growth, He loves me with a love that is beyond measure, and He will complete the work in and through my life.”
Born into a believing home in northern Manitoba, Georgine met David in Toronto in 1971 and after a 1973 marriage, moved from Ontario to Saskatchewan, back to Manitoba, and since 1989, Alberta.
Ever the eager learner and one who enjoys numbers and challenges, Georgine began learning bookkeeping and accounting in Toronto and is still growing as she keeps the books for the Prairie Tab Congregation Church. For many years, Georgine served in various roles at Prairie Bible Institute’s accounting department, one being student finance officer.
The mother of four and a grandma of three, Georgine is a keen traveler and an avid reader.