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Apostle Isaac R. Miller was called home by his Heavenly Father on September 7, 2022. He was born on April 29, 1955 in Camden, South Carolina to his beautiful parents, Henry and Annie Lee Miller.
He attended Kershaw County Public School System where he graduated from Camden High school. He was a self starter, driven and very ambitious , which led him to Entrepreneurship. Working for himself, he began painting houses and completing carpentry work and at one point had his own crew. One of his greatest achievements was painting historical buildings in the heart of Camden. You would always see him with a pencil in his head, paint on his pants, and a truck full of tools and lumber, and a huge smile on his face. He was also employed by and retired from the South Carolina State Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism.
He grew up with Christian roots in a large Loving family where he attended and served at The House Of Prayer For All People Incorporated in Hartsville, South Carolina, under His father Bishop Henry Miller Sr. There he received all his training from his father and began to thrive and excel in ministry.
God’s calling on his life came at an early age after being saved by God from an almost fatal car accident. That incident led him straight to his father’s church on a Friday night Praise service and God saved and called him all in one night.
He then left his father’s church, married and had three beautiful children and began ministry at Believer’s Temple Holiness Church in Cassatt, SC, under the leadership of Apostle Henry Miller Jr.
He spent many years there serving and by the unction of the Holy Ghost was led and called by God to start his own ministry, Divine Faith Church, where he was the Founder and Overseer in Bethune, South Carolina. During his ministry many souls were saved, healed, baptized in The name of The Lord Jesus and filled with the precious gift of the Holy Ghost. He also furthered his education in ministry by taking various Ministerial classes and successfully completed his degree in Theology at the Believer’s Temple School of Theology. He influenced and touched the lives of so many people through the food drive and other community outreach events. He truly loved the Lord and this was seen in all that he put his hands to do.
He was also a very creative man and enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, walking and being at the Park. In his spare time, he would make wooden signs and crafts for different families and for special occasions. He loved people and enjoyed giving back and sharing this gift with as many as he could.
He leaves to cherish his memory, the mother of his three children (Mamie Miller), two sons Brian (Kelley) Miller and Tremaine Miller, one Granddaughter Sadara (Derrick) Jackson four Grandsons, Jerian and Javen Miller and Ky-mani and Ky-ren Robinson and one Great granddaughter Salaya Jackson. Five brothers, Jacob (twin), Joseph (Eve) Miller, Samuel Miller, Charles Miller and Michael Miller. Five sisters Dorothy Johnson, Barbara McKenny, Mary (Nathaniel Sr.) Dixon, Sandra Miller and Nancy (Samuel) Burns a host of nephews, nieces family and friends. He will always be missed and loved. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his daughter LaToshia Renee Miller and grandson Julian T. Miller.