Lady Beverly Miller

Beverly Adair Wade-Miller was born in Danville, Illinois as the 5th child out of 7 to Rev. and Mrs. Tommy Wade. Beverly married Pastor Thomas Miller and they have 3 children, Everett, Aisha, and Latoya and 4 grandchildren, Kameron, Trinity, Israel, Victoria and another grandchild on the way.

Beverly gave her life to Christ at an early age and rededicated her life at the age of 25. Her favorite scripture is Ephesians 3:20. As the co-founder of New Life Church of Faith, Lady Beverly utilized her gift of singing and started the New Life Church of Faith Choir and Praise Team. This gift has allowed her to sing with her family group, including her mother, siblings and children.

Blessings began to come her way when Lady Beverly was able to sing professionally with her aunt, Juanita Hines, on her gospel album There’s Such a Change. Lady Beverly sang background for famous gospel recording artist, Anita Wilson, at the New Life Church of Faith Women’s Conference, hosted by Lady Beverly in 2010. Lady Beverly also sang background for world renowned recording gospel artist, Lisa Page Brooks, at New Life Church of Faith’s 25th Anniversary concert in April, 2011.

Singing is not the only gift Lady Beverly possesses. She is a phenomenal speaker. Keeping the word of God before her, she has been featured as the keynote speaker for several women’s conferences in the community as well as hosting several women’s conferences of her own such as, Women of Character in 2005 and Happy Being Me in 2010. Sister Miller started the “Women of Wisdom” Women’s ministry here at New Life Church of Faith.

God has allowed Lady Miller to be honored with several awards during her ministry. She received the Outstanding Woman Award of 2011, the Inspiration and Dedication Award of 2011 from Laura Lee Fellowship House, and the Dorcas Award in April of 2008. Lady Miller believes in giving back to her community, as she volunteers at the local Big Brother and Big Sister program.

Lady Beverly says; “My passion is for women of all ages to be virtuous, to have a heart for God, and to live a full life in Christ.”