Richard E. Miller
Rich Miller is President of Freedom in Christ Ministries-USA.
He served on the staff with Campus Crusade for Christ (now “Cru”) from 1976-93 and has traveled around the world in Christian missions work. During his years with Cru, he ministered to youth in America and trained other staff to work with youth; was a missionary to the Philippines where he was in charge of CCC’s high school ministry there; and traveled for a year with author and speaker, Josh McDowell.
Rich joined Freedom in Christ Ministries in 1993. He is passionate about revival of the Church in America, and has authored or co-authored 25 books and discipleship manuals, including Letting Go of Fear, Managing Your Anger, Grace that Breaks the Chains, Journey to Freedom, unstuck, undaunted and others. He is also author of To My Dear Slimeball, a fictional, youth-oriented version of the C.S. Lewis classic The Screwtape Letters.
Rich spearheaded the development of the volunteer-based Community Freedom Ministry strategy of FICM-USA and now oversees the development and growth of the online training institute, CFM University.
He also serves as FICM Area Director for North America and the Caribbean, helping oversee the integrity and expansion of the message and ministry of freedom around the world.
Rich earned a Bachelor of Science in meteorology at Penn State University (1976), a Master of Arts in Christian Apologetics from Simon Greenleaf University (1986), and received an additional Master of Arts in Christian Counseling from Luther Rice Seminary in Atlanta (2007).
Rich leads teaching seminars such as Breaking Free in Christ and Setting Your Church Free, as well as workshops on overcoming legalism, controlling fears and unhealthy anger.
He is co-presenter with Steve Goss in “The Grace Course,” a six-session DVD product and is the author of the accompanying devotional, 40 Days of Grace.
He lives with his wife, Shirley, in the mountains of western North Carolina. They have four young adult children.