Ronan District Welcomes New Pastoral Couple Long Wait Ends

Members of the Ronan District, consisting of the Ronan, Hot Springs and Plains churches, were finally able to welcome Pastor Kevin and Carrie Miller in May. This ended the yearlong wait after former pastor, Mark Cox, left to be a full-time chaplain in the U.S. Coast Guard.

About a week after the Millers arrived, a huge wind storm went through Ronan, bringing down many of the large trees at the parsonage. One even landed on their car, and another broke the windows in the front of their house. The storm did have a positive outcome, however, as many members came out with their chainsaws to clean up, and were able to become better acquainted with our new pastor and his wife.

Kevin comes to us from the Oregon Conference, where he pastored the Rogue River and Merlin churches in southern Oregon. He graduated from Walla Walla College with a social work degree, and received his Masters of Divinity from Andrews University. He and Carrie were married last October in Hawaii.

October 01, 2007 / Montana Conference
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