Jason Mills's Biography
Jason Mills was born in Campobello, South Carolina, a southern metropolis of 400 people. He grew up attending church with his family and accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior when he was twelve years old. Though actively involved in his church during his teenage years, his Christian life was mediocre and gave way to outright rebellion toward God in college. At the age of twenty-one, he rededicated his life to the Lord during his senior year at North Greenville University (NGU).
With rededication came redirection. Jason left his studies in radio broadcast at NGU and took a job at the mall so he could clean up his life. He also began attending a Bible study with his younger brother. In the winter of 2000, the leader of the Bible study gave Jason a brochure for a summer missions program and suggested that he go. That summer, Jason went to Panama with a missions program from Calvary Albuquerque, and while there, he found new direction for his life.
In 2001, Jason moved to Albuquerque, where he joined the LifeLine Missions internship program at Calvary and served with it for two years. While in New Mexico, he met his wife, Andrea, and they married in 2003.
In 2004, Jason and his wife moved to Montreal, Quebec, Canada, where they helped plant Calvary Chapel Montreal Regeneration. While serving in Montreal, their two children, Jacob and Sophie, were born.
In 2009, Jason and his family moved back to South Carolina so he could reach the people there with solid, expositional Bible teaching. Jason planted Calvary Spartanburg in addition to working at Costco.
In 2015, God brought Jason and his family back to Albuquerque, where he was invited to serve as the campus pastor for Calvary Nob Hill.