Rose Marie Miller is a Bible teacher, conference speaker and missionary. She was born to German parents and grew up in San Francisco. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley, and from the Bible Institute of Los Angeles.
Rose Marie and her husband, Jack, moved with their growing family to Philadelphia, PA where Jack joined the faculty of Westminster Theological Seminary as professor of evangelism. Over the years they took many troubled people and Ugandan refugees into their home, and saw the power of the gospel change many lives. This led the Millers to plant the New Life Presbyterian Churches and to make their first trip to war-torn Uganda in 1979.
A few years later, World Harvest Mission was born, and Sonship was launched as a training curriculum to help missionaries understand and live out the gospel. As a result Rose Marie had many opportunities to speak about the power of the gospel to change lives, in both the U.S. and abroad.
Since Jack passed away in 1996, the Lord has given Rose Marie the strength and grace to continue her gospel-centered speaking ministry, and she currently spends eight months a year as part of the World Harvest team in Southall, building friendships and sharing her faith with Asian women in London. She is the author of From Fear to Freedom: Living as Sons and Daughters of God and Nothing is Impossible with God: Reflections on Weakness, Faith, and Power (New Growth Press).
Miller has five children, twenty-four grandchildren, and twenty (and counting) great-grandchildren. She divides her time between London, England and Jenkintown, PA.