Autumn Miles is the founder of Autumn Miles Ministries, an organization devoted to spiritually challenging the way women think. She is a dynamic speaker who produces regular inspirational content for her growing social media followers in addition to speaking at conferences nationwide.
Autumn has authored three books. Her first, “Appointed: Your Future Starts Now,” released in July 2014. Her second book, “I am Rahab,” released from Worthy Publishing in August 2018. The third book, “Gangster Prayer,” released from Hachette Publishing in July 2019.
Additionally, Autumn is the host of “The Autumn Miles Show,” a daily radio talk show that brings its audience bold truth, coupled with raw faith. “The Autumn Miles Show” airs on the Salem Radio Network in Dallas, Texas. The show is also available to stream through iTunes and Spotify podcasts.
As a survivor of domestic abuse, Autumn is passionate about educating the church on how to effectively assist victims. In 2017, Autumn partnered with Lifeway Research to sponsor a study on domestic violence in the church. When the results showed that only 50 percent of churches have a plan in place to respond to domestic violence, she published the pamphlet, “10 Steps to Prepare Your Church for Domestic Violence,” which has been used by many churches.
Autumn has shared her story of overcoming abuse and her message of hope in Christ to many prestigious media outlets, including The New Yorker, TLC, TBN, The Eric Metaxas Show, Dr. James Dobson’s “Family Talk,” “100 Huntley Street” of Canada, and “The 700 Club.” Her writing has appeared in numerous outlets including The Washington Post, Religion News Service, The Dallas Morning News, Christianity Today, FoxNews.com, and MovieGuide.
She is a passionate advocate for domestic violence victims, women in ministry, and adoption.
Autumn married Eddie Miles in 2004 and has four beautiful children: Grace, Jude, Moses, and Haven. She and her family reside in Dallas, Texas.
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