Andrew and Krystel Miller are a testimony of God’s saving grace, and relentless love. In the summer of 2010, Andrew and Krystel met in New York City. Andrew worked as a commercial insurance broker, while Krystel worked as a bartender, pursuing a career in acting; ministry and serving Jesus was the farthest thing from their plans. To make matters worse, Andrew was secretly trapped in a seven–year heroin addiction. In miraculous ways, God began to reach out to Andrew and Krystel, but they continued to run from the call.
In 2012, Andrew and Krystel married, but because of Andrew’s addiction, it nearly all fell apart. Later that year, Andrew found himself entering Brooklyn Teen Challenge, where he stayed for the next 12 months, separated from his family. His addiction nearly cost him everything: his marriage, his kids, and his very own life. While at Brooklyn Teen Challenge, God radically
changed Andrew and Krystel’s heart. God restored their marriage, and called their family into minis-try. After completing the program, Andrew and Krystel both served at Brooklyn Teen Challenge as the Men’s and Women’s Home Program Supervisors for nearly four years.
In March 2017, God unexpectedly called Andrew and Krystel back out to the East End of Long Is-land, where they both grew up. Their passion is to have a church that embraces authentic community, and boldly proclaims the hope that is found in Jesus. They desire to make mature disciples of Jesus, who will be sent out to expand the Kingdom of God.
Andrew has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Johns Hopkins University, and is currently studying at Regent University for his Masters in Divinity, with a concentration in Church and Ministry. Krystel is currently finishing her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Christian Counseling at Liberty University. They have two beautiful boys: Cayden and Gabriel. Outside of ministry, Andrew enjoys reading, playing sports, and spending time with his family; Krystel enjoys playing her guitar, and cooking.