Terri Miller | University of Northwestern, St. Paul
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Terri Miller, M.A.E.M.

Adjunct Instructor

B.A. Social Science and Biblical Studies, Wheaton College

M.A. Educational Ministries, Wheaton College Graduate School

Terri Miller comes to teaching as a missions and ministry practitioner, with three decades of cross-cultural experience. The joys and heartaches of the life of global workers have inspired her choices in roles, learning opportunities, and advocacy. She enjoys teaching, training and consulting as well as strategic planning and evaluation. In addition to her work in missions, Terri serves on the staff of the National Association of Evangelicals.

Born in Minnesota, Terri has called four continents home and currently resides with her husband, Matt, a history professor, in Bloomington. The Millers have twin daughters who are away at college. Their family loves travel, good food, hosting events, reading in front of the fire, and shows and movies with witty repartee.

Ministry Background

  • Europe Area Leader—Resourcing and Training, ReachGlobal (2016-present)
  • Director of Transitions, ReachGlobal (2009-2016)
  • Global Worker, Moscow, Russia (1997-2008)
  • English Teacher, ELIC, Hefei, China (1989-1991)
  • Global Church Representative, National Association of Evangelicals (2020-present)

Certifications

  • Gallup Certified Strengths Coach

Topics of Interest

  • Global Missions
  • Member Care
  • Missions Stages and Transitions
  • Effective Sending and Support of Global Workers
  • Generations and Generational Distinctives
  • Women in Missions, Leadership and Ministry

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