Elder Homer McMillin
Pentecostal Assemblies of the World
1939 ~ 2011
Elder Homer McMillin was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, on May 26, 1939 to Oliver and Bertha McMillin. He is one of twelve children with two sets of twins in his family. Homer attended Indianapolis Public Schools where he graduated from Crispus Attuks High School.
On April 6, 1958, after attending church at Jerusalem Temple with his brother Lucian (who was the first to be saved in the McMillin familty), Homer received the Holy Ghost at age 18. While attending Jerusalem Temple he met the "apple of his eye", Darlene Wiker and they were married on January 28, 1961. They are the proud parents of five children.
The McMIllin family attended attended Jerusalem Temple until 1963 and from there they became members of Grace Apostolic Church. When Bishop Morris and Sister Elizabeth Golder would travel, Elder McMillin was appointed to fill in and teach Sister Golder's Sunday School Class. When Sistewr Golder passed away, he was asked to take over the class.
Elder McMillin continued teaching and acknowledged his call to the ministry in 1968. At the request of his pastor he began to teach Bible class and his ministry took off from there. He became an ordained minister in the early 70's and during his time as a minister he has preached, witnessed, lead prayer services, been a prayer warrior, married couples, and visited the sick. When Elder McMillin was asked what his favorite part of his job as a minister was, he said it was delivery.
Elder McMillin was appointed ther assistant pastor of Grace Apostolic Church, by Bishop Larry Hunt in 2006. He has been faithful to God and family to Grace Apostolic Church and its members. He passed away on December 4, 2011