Dr. Bernie Miller received Christ as his Savior in 1988 while vice president of artist and repertoire for SONY/EPIC Records in New York. He worked with 52 artist including Michael Jackson, The Jacksons and Luther Vandross.
Dr. Miller's messages are centered on how to faithfully live an effective Christian life. The Bible says in Col. 2:6 "Therefore as you have received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him." It's only when we walk in obedience to God that we discover "All Things Are Possible."
As a songwriter, he has written several songs, for which he has received both gold and platinum record awards. One of his songs, "I Can't Stand the Rain," (recorded by Tina Turner and Missy Elliott), was one of John Lennon's favorite songs, according to Yoko Ono, Billboard Magazine and a book by May Pang.
Dr. Miller is heavily involved in the community. He's vice-chairman of the Chattanooga Housing Authority; serves on the boards of the Blood Assurance Foundation, UTC's College of Medicine Institutional Review Board and the Hamilton County Regional Health Council. He has received numerous awards from the Mayor, Hamilton County Commissioners and the State Senate. He is an ordained Baptist minister and a graduate of Covington Theological Seminary. He was formerly the senior announcer for Moody radio's WMBW for seven years. While working with Moody, he hosted "Gospel Praise," a nationally syndicated program that was heard on the Moody Broadcasting Network. Dr. Miller and his wife Madelene have a son named Zachary.