Graham Miller: A Day’s March Nearer Home

Posted on March 8, 2010 
Filed under News

Many in the Presbyterian Church and beyond will know the name of the Rev. Dr. J. Graham Miller — missionary, preacher and pastor. He was minister of St Giles Hurstville from 1974–1980.

The Rev. Iain Murray has recently completed the editing of Dr. Miller’s autobiography, ‘A Day’s March Nearer Home’, to be published by Banner of Truth.

The book will be launched on Tuesday 16th March at 7:30pm at the Hurstville Presbyterian Church — corner Park Road and MacMahon Street, Hurstville. This will include a talk from Rev. Iain Murray – ‘J. Graham Miller: Life and Lessons’. Supper will be provided.

For enquiries please call 9580 1425. 

From the publisher’s description:

Seldom is a day of national mourning appointed for an evangelical, as happened in Vanuatu on the death of Graham Miller in 2008. He had contributed to the nation’s history, and elsewhere – especially in New Zealand and Australia – the lives of individuals and churches were changed by his ministry. Many were his roles during 94 years: lawyer, missionary, preacher, author, and intercessor. His great aim was to point others to Jesus Christ, and so winsomely did he do this that the influence extended far beyond the southern hemisphere.