Artist Uses God-Given Gifts to Help Those Suffering From Addiction

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Ninety percent of all of Michael W Miller's art sales will go to open Jeremiah 29:11.

Jeremiah 29:11 is a non-profit (501) (3) C, Christ centered facility for men and women suffering from alcohol and drug addiction. Artist Michael W Miller and the rest of the board members of Jeremiah 29:11 have all recovered from their addictions through the saving grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. They are devoting the rest of their lives to help those suffering from these obsessive addictions.

After years of socially drinking and drugging Miller found that his obsession for life turned violently towards an obsession with alcohol and drugs. What was always a casual thing became a time consuming and life wasting experience that would take him from a highly desired attractive and accomplished man to a wasted and bed-ridden drunk, broken and penniless living in a one-room cockroach infested motel.

Daily thoughts of suicide would invade his every thought. He had no hope...or so he thought.

Something told him to give this "Jesus thing" a shot. So he got down on his knees and prayed, "God if you are real, please help me because I have no hope." The Lord placed on his heart a scripture Jeremiah 29:11-14.

Within one year he was back on his feet and raising his 3-year-old daughter. He had a renewed passion for life and that was the icing on the cake, for he also received eternal life, and now, he personally knows his creator.

This renewed and saved young man is taking his God given gifts to further God’s kingdom and to help others who feel that they have no hope left.

About Michael W. Miller Inc

Christian digital artist Michael W Miller is dedicating the rest of his life in an effort to help those suffering from alcohol and drug addiction find our Lord Jesus Christ and experience the life transformation that has put him back into a productive way of living.


Rose McKay, Office Manager Michael W Miller Inc


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