Asbury Congratulates Dr. Beverly Johnson-Miller Upon Her Retirement

Published Date: January 4, 2021

Dr. Beverly Johnson-Miller joined the full time faculty in 2002 and continues to be a highly valued and loved member of the Beeson School of Practical Theology. To know “Bev” is to know that raising her two daughters with her husband, Moe, is her greatest joy in life. Her roots in the revival stream of the Assembly of God denomination gave Bev much to ponder in how Christians are formed and transformed.

Dr. Johnson-Miller brought to the faculty award-winning doctoral work in the history of Christian Education that informed her teaching ministry in areas such as practical theology and the catechetical formation of children. Her concern for social justice and compassion for vulnerable populations led to deep investment in developing coursework addressing the intersection of aging and spirituality. Throughout her teaching ministry, Bev’s persistent conviction has been to see fresh vision in the church that links its teaching to address the social ills in society today. Despite her retirement from full-time teaching, we look forward to the ongoing contributions she will make in pedagogy and publication. 

5 responses to “Asbury Congratulates Dr. Beverly Johnson-Miller Upon Her Retirement”

  1. Al Gwinn says:

    Bev, thank you and bless you for a job well done! May these next years be full of joy, peace and love!

  2. Ron says:

    Wonderful! Welcome to to a very well deserved new stage of life, and thank you for all the contributions to students, the seminary, the church, and for being my good friend.

  3. Steve Seamands says:

    Congratulations, Bev, on your retirement. I enjoyed being a faculty colleague of yours for many years before my retirement. I pray that you will enjoy this next season of life as much as I am!

  4. Congratulations you are a scholar and gifted woman of God! So glad that our paths crossed at ATS.

    Dr. Dorothy Smith-Hubbard

  5. Youngsub Oh says:

    I would like to congratulate your retirement from my heart.

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