About Vince Miller
Abandoned by his drug-using father at the age of two, Vince Miller grew up in a challenging and anxiety-producing environment. He endured the strain of his mother’s two failed marriages as well as her poor choices and drug use. Fortunately, during Vince’s formative teen years his grandfather, a man of faith, stepped up to mentor Vince, guiding him through a particularly difficult period.
Though he resisted initially, Vince surrendered his life to Christ at the age of 20. Soon after, he would be with his grandfather on his deathbed as his life was taken by cancer. At that time, Vince committed before God to give back by mentoring men as he had been mentored by his godly grandfather. Vince’s story demonstrates the importance of mentors to support others in overcoming the enormous hurdles that manhood, mentoring, fathering, and leadership present to a man who wants to live right before God.
Audiences respond to Vince’s stories and teaching that motivate, convict, and sometimes even shock. He inspires men to lead, mentor, and disciple others with his intelligent case for faith, inspiring presentation of the gospel, and stories of choices he made as a man, husband, and father.
After serving in notable ministry organizations for over 25 years (including Young Life, InterVarsity, TCU Football, and Eagle Brook Church), Vince founded Resolute, a non-profit organization focused on providing men with tools for discipleship and mentorship. He’s written 13 books and handbooks, along with small group videos that are resources for mentorship. He also produces Daily Men’s Devotionals and the Man Talk Podcast. His latest book is a devotional and mentoring guide for men called Thirty Virtues That Build A Man.
At present, there is not a more critical time in the history of our country when male roles models are needed. Vince Miller is one of the men leading this charge. His vision for building better men through mentoring conversations around the Bible and brotherhood is what will aid in rebuilding the culture and men in our time.
Michele Bachmann, Politician, Speaker, & Presidential Candidate
Despite what we may have heard, no man can truly thrive as a loner. We all need interaction with others, and especially other men. Vince Miller has put together a great resource for guys to come together and dig into the character traits that make us the type of man that God designed us to be.
Jim Daly, President, Focus on the Family
Vince Miller's commitment and ministry to men is clear, passionate and unwavering. He has a calling that is undeniable and has a purpose for serving men. His content is incredible, and his delivery is authentic. He understands that all men need accountability and mentoring to be successful as husbands, fathers, grandfathers and as friends. Vince has my utmost respect and my committed prayers.
John Deedrick, Managing Director, Fourth Element Capital
Vince Miller carries the passion and message most of us know deep down but struggle to engage: God is calling men to step up and live out the fullness of His design for them, with and for other men. The world's women and children suffer as men chase distorted interpretations of meaning and strength, or as they abdicate their role entirely, caving to mediocrity. The church most often responds with an occasional men's event or inspirational talk. Vince lays out the path and provides the practical resources men need to be God's men.
Mark K. Stevenson, Consultant to Christian Leaders
To find a man that cares as much about Jesus as he does reaching men like Vince Miller does is hard to find. Vince has dedicated his life to raising up Godly men in a culture that is bent on emasculating our manhood. Vince’s heart to see men lead their homes, businesses and community comes through in every book and talk he gives. His ability to mentor and raise up mentors for men through resources and material is extraordinary.
Todd McIntyre, Men’s Pastor, Gateway Church, Dallas, Texas