Ron Miller, Jr. has lived in Tallahassee for over 37 years. He considers it a tremendous privilege to pastor a church in the city he loves so dearly. Ron had the opportunity to fulfill a childhood dream by playing basketball for the Florida State Seminoles (FSU) from 1988-1991, and was appointed team captain his senior year. Ron was also named FSU’s Atlantic Coast Conference Scholarship Athlete of the Year in 1991.
In October of 1989, Ron had a life changing experience when he received Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. After graduating with a degree in Communications, and a Masters Degree in Sports Management, Ron worked as a strength and conditioning coach for ten of the athletic teams at Florida State. He was also instrumental in pioneering the church plant of Every Nation Tallahassee (ENT) in 1993.
In 2000, he left FSU and accepted a job as the Associate Director of the 55,000 square foot Premier Health and Fitness Center. His responsibilities included hiring new employees, developing fitness programs, managing the facility, marketing, and maintaining open communication with Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
In 2001, Ron left Premier Health and Fitness Center to take over the Senior Pastor responsibilities of Every Nation Tallahassee Church. Under his leadership, ENT grew into a church that impacted the city of Tallahassee with the gospel of Jesus Christ. The diversity of ethnicities and multiple generations that worshiped at Every Nation Tallahassee were not only an expression of God’s Kingdom, but indicative of the heart and vision of Pastor Ron.
While working at FSU, Ron met the love of his life Cindy. They were married December 14, 1996 and parent three incredible boys named Josiah, Ethan, and Noah. Pastor Ron’s greatest joy in life is loving and serving his wife, and fathering his sons.
You can follow Pastor Ron’s blog at http://pastorronmiller.blogspot.com
Khory and Diana met serving on the worship team. They bonded over their love for Jesus, music, and the youth. Born in Maryland, Khory has always had a passion for athletics and music. He relocated to Tallahassee to attend the home of the Rattlers: FAMU. Khory has been making music for years. He has had several internships that have helped develop his craft and gain insight into the realities of the industry. Diana was born in Jamaica and moved to Miami, FL with her family as a child. She moved to Tallahassee to attend FSU in 2011. She enjoys the performing arts and all things Jamaica. Together, Khory and Diana parent a toddler who fills their life with loads of joy and excitement.
They are both excited to serve as the Worship Leaders for Every Nation Tallahassee. Their hope and desire is to see Jesus magnified and to point others to Him through music, creativity, the arts, and service.
Chris has been working in media production for over 20 years and has been an Associate Producer/Director/Editor with All Florida Mediaworks since 2002. He is happily married with four children and has been a member of Every Nation Tallahassee since 2010.
Benjamin Dew was born in Gainesville, FL and has lived and done mission work in California, Tennessee, New Zealand, Hawaii, and Texas. He played football for the University of Hawaii from 2011 - 2014 while earning a bachelor’s degree in History. He then transferred as a graduate to the University of Houston in 2014, where he played football and earned a master’s degree in Human Resource Development. Benjamin was the starting Left Guard for the Houston Cougars, who finished the season ranked #8 in the nation with a 13-1 record and a win in the 2015 Peach Bowl. Before becoming the Campus and Youth Pastor for GO2Church, Benjamin worked in Houston for 3 years as the Area Manager for a non-profit company that served the youth of Texas through nutrition and education. While in Houston, he served City Life Church as a small group leader, men’s group leader, intercessor, and deacon. Benjamin has also graduated from the Every Nation School of Campus Ministry. Benjamin is excited to serve GO2Church and impact the campuses and youth of Tallahassee for Jesus.