THERE IS A DEVIL LOOSE IN THE CHURCH! NOW “PASTOR” JOHN PAUL MILLER OF SOLID ROCK CHURCH, MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA, WHO HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF KILLING HIS WIFE, MICA MILLER, WHO ALLEGEDLY COMMITTED SUICIDE, AND WHO IS STILL UNDER FIRE NOW HAS HIS EX-WIFE ACCUSING HIM OF HIRING PROSTITUTES AND COMMITTING SEX ACTS WITH MINOR GIRLS AT THE SOLID ROCK CHURCH — HIS EX-WIFE, ALISON WILLIAMS, IS FIGHTING FOR THE CUSTODY OF THEIR FOUR CHILDREN. DIVORCE AND REMARRIAGE FOR “EVANGELICALS” AND “CHRISTIANS” NEVER WORKS OUT. THIS IS A WHOLE MESS!
THERE IS A DEVIL LOOSE IN THE CHURCH! NOW “PASTOR” JOHN PAUL MILLER OF SOLID ROCK CHURCH, MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA, WHO HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF KILLING HIS WIFE, MICA MILLER, WHO ALLEGEDLY COMMITTED SUICIDE, AND WHO IS STILL UNDER FIRE NOW HAS HIS EX-WIFE ACCUSING HIM OF HIRING PROSTITUTES AND COMMITTING SEX ACTS WITH MINOR GIRLS AT THE SOLID ROCK CHURCH — HIS EX-WIFE, ALISON WILLIAMS, IS FIGHTING FOR THE CUSTODY OF THEIR FOUR CHILDREN. DIVORCE AND REMARRIAGE FOR “EVANGELICALS” AND “CHRISTIANS” NEVER WORKS OUT. THIS IS A WHOLE MESS!

DANIEL WHYTE III, PRESIDENT OF GOSPEL LIGHT SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL, SAYS “PASTOR” JOHN PAUL MILLER OF SOLID ROCK CHURCH IN MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA, SHOULD RESIGN AS PASTOR AND SHOULD NOT SERVE IN PASTORAL LEADERSHIP AGAIN. PRAY FOR ALL OF THE CHILDREN INVOLVED.

  • – The documentation – filed May 28 – included graphic new allegations against him
  • – They were filed by his first wife Alison Williams, with whom he shares four kids
  • – She is fighting to gain sole custody. They were married for 16 years until 2016

The ex-wife of pastor John-Paul Miller filed emergency court documents late last month alleging he had multiple minor victims.

The documentation – filed on May 28 – included graphic and disturbing new allegations against Miller, who came under a cloud of contempt in the wake of the suicide of his second wife, Mica Miller, last month. Some say he drove her to death.

Miller’s first wife Alison (pictured) filed for divorce against the pastor in 2015 after discovering he was having an affair with Mica – who also babysat their four children

Miller, 30, was found dead at Lumbee River State Park in North Carolina on April 27 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

The new filing comes from family court in Horry County, South Carolina, 40 miles away – where Mica initiated divorce proceedings less than two weeks before she died, and hit her husband with the necessary papers a few days later.

Attorneys for Miller have denied claims he abused his second wife and ‘groomed’ her, after meeting her at his church at the age of 15. In the new filing, first wife Alison Williams made similar allegations, fighting to gain custody of their two teenage children, born in 2008 and 2009.

News13 was the one to find the records, which also depict John-Paul’s infidelities.

That includes an affair with Mica that began while she worked as a nanny for Miller and Alison’s kids, after meeting at his church in The Market Common.

The filing also alleges that Miller regularly hired prostitutes and was ‘sexually inappropriate with several underage female members’ of Solid Rock, where Williams worked in 2015 as Miller’s assistant.

Mica joined the church a few years before when she was 15, wedding Miller’s best friend and fellow church staffer Jeremy Deas three years later.

That marriage ended in divorce when Mica was 21, two years before she married Miller in 2017. Williams and Miller divorced in 2016.

At that point, Mica remained on friendly terms with Alison and her stepchildren, according to court documents, which seek to grant Williams immediate temporary sole custody of their two youngest while contact between them and Miller be suspended, as well as permanent custody eventually.

That’s until Miller completes a psychological and parental fitness exam, as the troubled Palmetto State religious leader continues to come under scrutiny.

The documents further contend Miller tightly controlled his Market Common church for years, purging its membership rolls to the point where he had total control of its day-to-day activities.

In one excerpt, Williams – who is seeking to amend a joint custodial agreement based on ‘possible imminent danger that could be caused to the [children] – writes: ‘In 2015, [Miller] was the pastor of Solid Rock Ministries and I served as his assistant to pastoral duties.

Miller, 30, was found dead at Lumbee River State Park in North Carolina on April 27 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, less than two weeks after filing for divorce

Miller, 30, was found dead at Lumbee River State Park in North Carolina on April 27 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, less than two weeks after filing for divorce

Miller, 30, was found dead at Lumbee River State Park in North Carolina on April 27 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, less than two weeks after filing for divorce

The filing, from Miller's first wife Alison Williams, further alleges that Miller regularly hired prostitutes and was 'sexually inappropriate with several underage female members' of Solid Rock (seen here), where Williams worked in 2015 as Miller's assistant

The filing, from Miller’s first wife Alison Williams, further alleges that Miller regularly hired prostitutes and was ‘sexually inappropriate with several underage female members’ of Solid Rock (seen here), where Williams worked in 2015 as Miller’s assistant

The filing, from Miller’s first wife Alison Williams, further alleges that Miller regularly hired prostitutes and was ‘sexually inappropriate with several underage female members’ of Solid Rock (seen here), where Williams worked in 2015 as Miller’s assistant

‘We separated after I learned [Miller] was having an adulterous affair with out former nanny, Mica Miller.

‘[Miller] told me that in addition to his affair with Mica, he employed prostitutes, and been sexually inappropriate with several underage female members of our church.

‘He blamed his immoral sexual behaviors on the sexual abuse he experienced for years, by his father, Wayne Miller.

‘The church requested that [Miller] enroll in an extensive sexual addiction program, however despite him promising me that he would, to my knowledge, that never happened,’ it continues, before describing how ‘the affair between [Miller] and Mica tore our personal and church family apart.’

‘[The affair] caused an imaginable amount of pain and discord in the lives of so many innocent people who truly trusted and believed in [my husband],’ Alison, who was wed to Miller for 16 years, writes.

‘At the time, the church learned about [Miller’s] affair with Mica, the church was operating under the belief the old bylaws of our church had been amended [the ones made by Miller], and there we were operating under new bylaws.

‘When the council voted to have [Miller] temporarily step down from the head pastor position so he could seek treatment… and focus on his restoration, instead of following the direction of our church leaders, [Miller] held a meeting and informed the council the new bylaws were invalid.

‘Therefore, pursuant to the old bylaws, he had 100 percent decision-making authority.

‘That was the first time members of our church had an opportunity to see [Miller] for who he really was, and became gravely concerned about his integrity and the financial structure of the church,’ the filing continues.

‘As a result, almost our entire congregation left the church, and [Miller] began his quest to recruit new members.’

The move, moreover, allowed her under-fire ex to ‘operate Solid Rock Ministries solely at his direction,’ Williams writes

Williams’ complaint goes on to claim that Miller’s ‘mental health and deviant sexual addictions’ only worsened after their marriage ended

Around that time, she learned the identities of the ‘minor female members of the church’ with whom Miller had allegedly ‘been inappropriate with’, she said – recalling how she reached out to each of them and urged them to go to the police.

They allegedly declined out of fear of retribution from the pastor, however, leaving her to contact law enforcement herself to file a report.

Instead of an investigation, though, Williams’s intervention garnered a lukewarm response from Myrtle Beach cops.

According to Williams, they told her no one would believe her story because ‘[Miller] was a well-known pastor and [because] we were in the middle of a divorce’.

Her ex would marry Mica months later.

Things then died down for the next three years, Alison says in the document -before describing an abrupt shift in the pastor’s behavior in 2021.

Around that time, ‘arguments between [Miller] and Mica would occur in front of [her and [Miller’s] children,’ after which ‘[Miller’s] mental health increasingly deteriorated.’

‘At times, he has foregone his designated periods of visitation,’ Williams writes, ‘based upon his own assertions of not being mentally well enough for the children to be in his care.

She also claims Miller has used the join custodial designation as a mechanism to harass, threaten, and control her, and writes how the parties have not been able to effectively communicate or co-parent as a result.

Williams goes on to alleged that ‘it would be detrimental to the safety, welfare, and emotional health of both [her] and the minor children to continue sharing joint custody,’ and that ‘based upon information and belief, [Miller] has continued to engage in deviant sexual behaviors.

 

‘[He] has exposed the parties’ minor children to an immoral and unsafe environment,’ she writes at another point, before mentioning the recent the death of Miller,

She firmly believes given the ‘circumstances’ and ‘tragic facts’ surrounding the case, ‘placing the children in the care of [Miller] would [put] them imminent danger,’ and writes how the 30-year-old reached out to her to ‘[share] intimate details regarding the behaviors of [Miller] and concerns regarding the safety of the minor children.’

She contends that until the time of Mica’s death, ‘ her successor provided a ‘safety net’ for the children during their periods of visitation, but ‘based upon her recent tragic death, that is no longer possible.’

Mica’s body was found at 4:23 p.m. EST on April 27 at North Carolina’s Lumber River State Park, in a swampy area approximately more than 100 feet from where shell casings and her belongings were discovered.

Mica died less than two weeks after filing for divorce from her husband – and less than 48 hours after her husband was served with divorce papers.

After a medical examiner’s assessment of the scene, Miller’s death was officially ruled a suicide, a ruling also made thanks to the release of a 9-1-1 call she made prior to supposedly shooting herself in the head with a gun she purchased hours earlier.

Miller has been cleared of any wrongdoing, but given the strange manner in which her husband broke the news of her passing to their congregation – instructing them to, ‘leave church quietly and don’t talk about the announcement here in the building’ – suspicions of foul play have prevailed.

Mica’s family have argued her body was ‘placed’ at the part of the park where it was found by police, suggesting her suicide was ‘staged.’

A hearing is slated for June 6 on Williams’ custody filing, where a judge will rule if a psychiatric examination of Miller is necessary.

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