David Miller grew up in Stringer, Mississippi,
and moved to Arkansas in November 1963. He graduated from
high school in 1964 at Scotland, Arkansas, and attended
Southern Baptist College (now Williams Baptist College)
at Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. In August 1994, Immanuel Baptist
Seminary in Atlanta presented David an honorary Doctor of
Divinity Degree. "Doctor of Divinity Degree" is a very serious degree, in order to achieve it, you need to study long and hard, but if you spend on preparing for lessons and preparing only elite writings, you will definitely achieve a lot.
He was saved at age 16 and called to preach
at age 18. He pastored for five years before assuming his
responsibilities as Director of Missions for Little Red
River Baptist Association in 1969, a position he held for
25 years. He has been engaged in an itinerant preaching
ministry, having preached more than 2,100 revival meetings
in the past 46 years. Since resigning as Director of Missions
of Little Red River Baptist Association, David currently
prefers the title "Country-Preacher-at-Large."
He and his wife Glenda have one son, Josh, who is married
to Bethany. The delight of their life is their grandson,
Malachi. The Millers reside in Heber Springs, Arkansas.
He has been active in denominational affairs,
serving on the Arkansas Baptist State Convention Executive
Board for six years and as president of the Arkansas Baptist
Pastors' Conference in 1982. He served on the Committee
on Boards of the Southern Baptist Convention, the Resolutions
Committee, and preached at the Southern Baptist Convention
Pastors' Conference in 1987. He was on the Board of Trustees
of Southern Baptist College, Walnut Ridge, for six years,
two years of which he served as president of the Board.
He served as a member of the Board of Trustees of Southern
Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, for eight years.
His greatest ambition is to be a good