Mike and Caroline Miller
Serving in Greece
According to mission research websites like JoshuaProject.net, Greece has a population of about 10.5 million people with about half of one percent (.5%) considered to be evangelical believers. To put this in perspective, Iran has more than twice as many evangelical believers at 1.2.%
Planting churches is one way to be an effective, long term, evangelistic presence in Greece.
Mike and Caroline partner with and support the church planting initiatives of the First Greek Evangelical Church in Athens.
Specifically, they have been tasked by their Greek partners with supporting a church plant in Agia Paraskevi, a community about 6 miles NE of Athens city center. In August of 2018 they moved to Agia Paraskevi from Charleston SC and rented an apartment a few blocks from the church plant.
Currently Mike preaches about twice a month and together, Mike and Caroline help accompany the worship with flute and guitar each Sunday.
They also lead Bible studies for area college students, help teach Greek to ministry type folks, and are involved in facilitating seminars for the community on a monthly basis to build relationships and trust between the church and the community.
To learn more about Mike and Caroline, and the work they are doing, please visit their website at www.millersingreece.org.