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Jamey Miller is the founding and lead pastor of Christ Fellowship in Fort Worth, Texas, and the President of Share Life Now International (SLNI),  the church-planting and missions arm of the church. Jamey also serves on the U.S. Oversight Team for Antioch International Movement of Churches.

After a dramatic encounter with Jesus Christ during his senior year of college, Jamey began a process of seeking the Lord that led him from his career in business into preaching, ministry, and church planting. In 1993, Jamey and his wife Kim planted Christ Fellowship along with eleven other friends and their children. Their vision was to see and be the church that they read about in the book of Acts. They believed (and still do) that the church is called to be a life-giving, multiplying, reproducing, Christ-manifesting, multi-ethnic community of God's people who are joining together for God's worship, mission, and glory in the power of the Spirit.

In 2001, they started a training school to help train potential church planters and missionaries.  In 2002, they started Share Life Now International (SLNI) in order to better serve and care for the churches and missionaries that they were sending out.

In 2008, after years of serving and partnering with the Antioch Movement in different ways, the leaders of Christ Fellowship and SLNI understood that the Lord was calling them to formally connect with Antioch. This partnership is a relationship where resources, life, and love are shared. As part of this movement Christ Fellowship and SLNI are participating with tens of thousands of believers planting churches and building powerful ministries of justice that include Acts of Mercy, Haiti Transformed, and UnBound.

Jamey and his wife Kim have been married 30 wonderful years. They love Jesus and believe that their marriage is getting better and better as a picture of Christ and the church. They love being a part of what God has done and is doing through Christ Fellowship and there’s no place they’d rather be. They have two children: Emily and her husband Aaron Wardlaw (a worship leader at Christ Fellowship) and Matthew.