Miller, Brett and Evelyn

Brett and Evelyn Miller moved from Wyoming to Swaziland in 2014 to work at Zion Bible College. ZBC has grown from 39 students in 2004 to about 1400 students in 2018. Classes are held in more than 33 locations, including prisons, and seminars are taught throughout Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Botswana.

Brett teaches and works as a member of the leadership board and Evelyn works as office manager. The vision of Zion Bible College is to be 1) biblically-based, 2) Swazi-led, 3) self-supporting, and 4) sending. It is the Millers’ deepest desire to serve the estimated 18 million Zionists in sub-Saharan Africa. In light of new legislation in Swaziland, the Millers hope to develop gain accreditation for a Zion Bible College and launch several satellite campuses in the growing effort to reach the continent for Christ.

Zion Bible Colleges are at the heart of the Millers’ passion, because to affect change in Africa, they believe one must start with the pastor. As the pastor becomes a strong biblical force in the church, the church changes. As the church grows, the community changes. The renewed community then revolutionizes the country and, slowly, the whole continent.