Fred is a fifty-something guy who has lived in central Kentucky for over thirty years. Originally from Florida, he now considers Kentucky home.

Fred is married to Renee’, his wife for more than a quarter century. They have five children and four grandchildren. Currently active foster parents, the Millers adopted four of their children and currently have four foster children in care.

Fred is an ordained Southern Baptist Minister with thirty-four years of preaching experience and twenty years of pastoral service (in two churches). He has served churches as minister of youth, education, and activities. Mostly recently, he pastored the Mt. Gilboa Baptist Church in Taylor County, leaving that work in July of 2012. Fred has done revival work as well with a unique approach of wearing special costumes to introduce messages that grab people’s attention.

Fred holds Bachelor of Arts degree and Master of Theology degree, both from Campbellsville University. He is currently pursuing a education doctorate (Ed.D.) in Distance Education at Regent University.

When he’s not working or engaged in family affairs, Fred enjoys website design, reading, graphic design, and writing theology and devotional essays. He thinks he likes some cooking shows on TV, but typically sleeps through them while relaxing in his recliner.