Adaptive Curriculum Writer

Jill Miller


Adaptive Curriculum Writer Jill Miller has a passion to expand the horizons of individuals with disabilities. After her daughter Kim was born with multiple disabilities, Jill employed her training as an educator—including a BA in Elementary and Special Education and a Master’s equivalency as a Reading Specialist—to design teaching tools to effectively convey the gospel message to Kim and her friends. From her labor of love, an entire series of Bethesda interactive Bible studies were born and, most recently, a family devotional—Finding Jesus on Upside Down Days—was released. 

Through the years, Jill has started two businesses aimed at employing individuals affected by disability. At a fundamental level, Jill believes that individuals with disabilities can thrive, learn God's Word, and know his amazing love for them. Jill is a mother of six, wife of Paul Miller, grandmother of many, and lives with Kim and Paul (not to mention two dogs, two sweet donkeys, and a few goats) on farm property in rural Pennsylvania.

More from Jill


    5 Simple Ways to Teach Anyone about Jesus

    You may see “the gang” in a similar situation in your home, your church, or your school. Wherever you are, don’t get overwhelmed. In more than 25 years of teaching “the gang” about Jesus, I’ve discovered a few simple strategies that work in almost any setting.

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    The Soul is Not Disabled - An Interview with Jill Miller and Felicia Grandinette

    This is the third episode of our Advent series called, "Joy of Every Longing Heart." Liz Voboril and Jon Hori interview Jill Miller and Felicia Grandinette about their experience with discipling people with special needs.

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    Pssst! I’ll Let You In on a Secret…

    The gang—that’s what I call the group of kids that we work with affected by disability—are one of the secrets of the kingdom. It says in the Word that there's going to be a big flip, the weakest are going to be the strongest. When we are raised, the last are going to be the first. They're such a gift.

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