Cedar Creek Church Celebrates Baptism

October 11, 2015 | Wanda Interlichia

A fervent love for the Lord is occasionally displayed in our youth that truly inspires and motivates more seasoned Christians. Tyrelle Miller has done this for fellow members of the Cedar Creek Church in Woodland, Wash., as they remember the Sabbath mornings during praise time when Miller would ask with seriousness and conviction that “God bless everybody.”

Miller showed God’s love early by reaching out to others in need both close and far away by participating in missionary trips to Peru and Chile. He has displayed a commitment, love and devotion to Jesus and his church that testifies of a life that will produce many blessings and opportunities to witness.

In elementary school, Miller became interested in musical instruments; he has been greatly blessed with the gift of music from baritone, banjo and French horn to drums, guitar and a great voice. Spending the last six summers at Oregon's Big Lake Youth Camp getting to know Jesus, meeting new friends and counselors each year, and having Bible Studies with Marty Jackson, Cedar Creek Church pastor, helped Miller with his decision to be baptized.

To begin the special Sabbath, Miller helped lead out in Friday night vespers song service. Then the next day, on Sabbath, Aug. 8, he was baptized in front of church members, cabin mates and counselors.

At a very young age, it has been evident that Miller has had a heart open and devoted to learning of and loving Jesus.