Miller Family Monthly Support

Thank you all so much for your ongoing support! We are not soliticiting additional pledges at this time.
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You can also mail your support check, payable to Pilgrim Christian Fellowship. Address: Pilgrim Christian Fellowship Miller Family Support P.O. Box 946 Stuarts Draft, VA 24477
Omar Miller
God's richest blessings to you Ken, as you continue to stand for the truth! Know that our family and the Cornerstone Church has been praying for you and your family, and we will continue to do so. Praying for God's powerful grace in your life, especially tomorrow!
Roger Hertzler
I'm blessed by your testimony, brother Ken. It appears that for you the day has come when you can "Rejoice ye in that day, and leap for joy: for, behold, your reward is great in Heaven." (Luke 6:22-23) In that sense, I'm rejoicing with you. I look forward to seeing what God will do through all that has come to pass. Your brother in Christ, Roger
Charlotte Miller
Just wanted to stop by tonight to say I love you and I am glad God saw fit to have us be a part of the same family. I am so proud of your earnest heartfelt desire to honor and glorify our Sovereign King who plans ALL things for our good and His glory!

The Case

Praise God. The Lord has been providing well for Ken's family, through the support of believers around the world. 

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From Linda

Dear friends,

I was privileged to speak with Ken for a bit on the phone today. He is doing well, by the grace of God. He said he has a fine cell block to stay in, a group of men with whom he feels a comradeship. His cell mate is a Christian, and a lot of men in his unit read their Bibles. He's had good spiritual conversations with some of them. He feels your prayers and is very appreciative to all.

The rest of us also feel the support of your prayers. May God richly bless you, each one!
Linda Miller and family

Ken Held in Custody

We've just received word that our brother is being held in custody for refusing to answer certain grand jury questions today.

This Burlington Free Press article covers it well





Ken sent the following this morning. He is Vermont about to face a Grand Jury for questioning. Pray that he would have wisdom and direction from the Holy Spirit today, and be able to represent our Savior and the kingdom to these people. 

Dear friends,

I have time for just a short note. "...Whom having not seen ye love, though now ye see Him not, yet believing, ye rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of glory: receiving the end of your faith, even the salvation of your souls." (1 Pet. 1:8-9)  He is risen. His Kingdom reigns forever. All is well.
My wife and family extend a heartfelt hanks to all our brothers and sisters for your prayers, love and support at this time. Let us continue on in faith.

This Week

On Thursday morning, Jan. 24, Ken Miller is scheduled to appear before a federal  grand jury in Burlington VT to give testimony in the government's ongoing investigation of the Lisa Miller case. Ken feels a great need for the prayers of God's people over this time. Please pray that God's purposes would be accomplished in all of this and that Ken might be filled with  wisdom, courage and  love.

Update from David Bercot

As I last reported, in December the Second Circuit Court of Appeals orally told the prosecuting attorney that it would be unconstitutional to try to  enhance Ken Miller’s sentence if he exercises his right to remain silent at his grand jury deposition. The appellate judges asked the prosecutor to furnish the court with a letter stating he would not attempt to do that. 


The prosecutor has since furnished the Court of Appeals with such a letter of assurance. Once they received the letter, the appellate court dismissed our appeal. The grand jury hearing has now been rescheduled for Thursday, January 24. Although we would have preferred to have the hearing postponed until after Ken’s sentencing, we rejoice that we accomplished our primary purpose through the appeal—which was to obtain protection from the government’s threat to ask for enhanced punishment if Ken exercises his right to remain silent at the grand jury hearing.


Please continue to pray for Ken.

David Bercot