We are a local church ministry of Bible Believers who meet at Sharon Memorial Hall in Worthington, Ohio. We use and believe only the King James Bible, and desire to see all sinners saved by believing “how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures.”
(1 Corinthians 15:3-4 kjb)

Meeting At:

137 E. Dublin Granville Road (Rt. 161), Worthington, OH 43085

Please refrain from the use of perfumes, colognes, sprays, lotions, etc., at our meetings for the sake of those with breathing, allergy and asthma conditions.

Your consideration is deeply appreciated.


Meeting Times:


Potluck: First Sunday each month unless otherwise indicated.


Pizza: First Wednesday of each month unless otherwise indicated.

*We have not scheduled the next Movie NIght*

No Meeting the LAST Wednesday of each month–Sharon Hall is not available for our use.   

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For Deaf & Hearing Impaired: Signed Messages (ASL)

Gospel of Mark (Expository Study)

Book of Revelation (Expository Study)

Israel: History, the Land & In Prophecy

Local Church Series

The Rapture

Bible Prophecy

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  1. Hello, BBF Ohio. I am happy to have found you website. It seems wholesome completely, so thank you. Looking for true bible insights has been a challenge for me. Thank you, also, for making it your sincere work to share your knowledge. I pray for your fellowhip willingly and happily. And, to know more about Gregory Miller, a truly good man indeed, would be nice to find here.

  2. Hello, I would like to add, if I may, and I believe I have been, “called” to add this comment, the sighted can hear your words, but what about those who lack physical sight, although you use Youtube and Facebook (both of which I increasingly worry about for unpure reasons), I, gifted by God for my writing skills – how I earn a humble income – I offer my God given skills of writing of IT manual writing, would be happy to transcribe what is spoken in your videos. So please contact me, I do not ask any compensation; furthermore, Gregory Miller, I would never post or publish anything without your agreement, what and how I have transcribed your spoken word. May you be blessed by God and Jesus Christ.

    1. Sister Trish, I did not hear from you so I am wondering if you got our reply to you. Please contact me at bbbfohio@yahoo.com if you would like to discuss the opportunity to transcribe our messages. Thank you and may the Lord bless your work to His glory. Pastor Greg M>

  3. Hello Pastor Miller,
    I’ve been listening to your sermons for the past few months, as my church has decided to change their name completely, has strayed from the traditional hymnal music, and a few other things I was not okay with. I just wanted to thank you for putting your sermons on the sermonaudio.com and for preaching the truth out of the King James Bible. I listen to your sermons in the comfort of my own home in Zillah,Washington and yet I’m starting to feel like I’m almost part of your congregation in Ohio. Again, Thank You & God Bless!
    -KJB Believer
    Zillah, Wa.

    1. God bless you for your love of His Book and for standing with the Lord Jesus Christ. I shared your testimony and we will be praying that the Lord continues to strengthen you in His word an encourage you in the Spirit. These are the last days. Jesus is coming soon. I look forward to meeting you here or there or in the air, some day soon.

      Pastor Greg M.

    2. Sister Heather, you are in my prayers. I apologize for the slow response but was not sent a notification of your post and only now saw it as I was reviewing messages. God bless your love for His Book. And please let us know if there are any prayer needs that you might have. We have a group who pray over needs submitted to us by viewers.

      Pastor Greg M.

    1. God bless you, brother Shawn. I look forward to spending more time with you and serving the Lord with you, side by side. To the glory of the name of Jesus.

      Pastor Greg

  4. Hi Pastor Greg,
    We are a small group of seven believers in the Poole / Bournemouth area on the South Coast of England; we meet every Tuesday morning in our home till mid afternoon, stopping mid-day for lunch. Right now we are following your series on Revelation, and your 4 part series on the Gog / Magog war. We love your teaching which is proving a great blessing to all. There is no Church in our area that teaches on the end times, usually “wishy-washy” messages.
    Keep up the good work may the Lord bless you and your fellowship in Ohio richly.
    Denis and Eleanor

    1. God bless you, Denis and Eleanor. I have shared your testimony and folks here in Ohio have prayed for you. May the Lrod bless you for your love of His Book and your desire to see souls saved and to stand for the truth in this end time in which we have been place.

      Pastor Greg M.

  5. Hello, I am a Christian and I believe Jesus Christ is God in the flesh and the only Savior. I believe we are saved and eternally-secured by faith alone in Christ alone, in His finished payment for our sins. I also believe the King James Bible is God’s preserved written word.

    I like your site and I learn alot from your videos.

    I have two questions:

    1 Question is this: If the human race had a machine that was able to assemble and disassemble matter into any chemically stable solid object, so that people could make whatever they need or want at home, cheaply and nearly freely, with zero chemical pollution, how would this technology effect the social condititions of the human world?
    Say it was cheap and everyone had access to one.

    2 We know as Christians that salvation is a free gift and once saved, forever saved.
    In Heaven I believe everything and anything that is good, and not sinful, as long as God allows it, is available to the Christian. Why should a Christian go out of his or her way to “eat healthy” and exercise, and try to extend their life on this Earth, if by dying physically at an earlier age, would bring them into the endless joyful presence of the Lord Jesus Christ, and all of the good things of Heaven, faster?

    I am not advocating this, I am simply asking the “why not?”. ie, why not eat bacon sandwiches and lots of butter instead of boring bran muffins and salad, if it means you, as a saved person, get to Heaven faster?

  6. Hello Pastor Greg Miller. I attend BB Baptist Church in Jacksonville Florida. Pastored by David Peacock. I thought you might have known each other. He was very grateful that someone else is teaching the truth he said you nailed it on the Rev 14 6 . I look forward to hearing you rightly divide the bible. God bless sir

  7. Dear Pastor Miller,

    I have listened to several of your sermons/teachings and find many areas of agreement. I thought your message on Billy Graham was quite brave given the superstar status that the man enjoys in evangelicalism.

    I also share your passion for evangelism, spending the last 10 years engaged in street ministry. There is much common ground between us. However, I have some concerns about your treatment of reformed theology.

    In the first message that you delivered, you made the assertion that for the “Calvinist” the attributes of God are the same or at least very similar to that of Allah. I think this is a caricature of reformed theology at best and at worst a very serious charge against fellow brothers in Christ. Most “Calvinists” including myself would not want to be called such, I am a bible believing Christian. Reformed theology is the historic position of the church, Calvin was mistaken on points just as every fallible human theologian (you and I included) make errors in our exegesis of scripture.

    I would be interested to know if you hold the same position today that you held back in 2009 when you delivered these sermons. I would like to understand your take on a whole host of scriptures that indicate that there is such a thing as definite group of elect that God has chosen.

    For example Romans 8:30 which says:
    Moreover whom he did predestinate, them he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: and whom he justified, them he also glorified.

    God in his omniscience does not select certain men by looking down the corridors of time to observe who will choose him, rather he has raised up vessels unto honor and some to dishonor before they were every born. What else can we make of Jacob and Esau?

    As someone who is reformed and committed to evangelism, the idea that we can only preach the gospel to the elect misses the point of a general call of repentance and an effectual call. The general call and proclamation of the gospel is for all men, the effectual call is the Spirit calling the elect to repentance and they will come to faith. (cf. John 6:37-39)

    I would like to have a dialogue with you on the subject, but must tell you that made some very spurious accusations about reformed Christians asserting that we are cultists. I find this to be troubling and disconcerting given the biblical doctrines or election, predestination, etc.

    1. 2 Timothy 2:20 But in a great house there are not only vessels of gold and of silver, but also of wood and of earth; and some to honour, and some to dishonour.
      21 If a man therefore purge himself from these, he shall be a vessel unto honour, sanctified, and meet for the master’s use, and prepared unto every good work.

      Vessels of honor and dishonor are not referring to saved and lost. It’s talking about a person’s walk with the LORD. Basic failure to understand the individual’s State vs. Standing.

  8. Great messages based on the true word of God.The guy that says remarks in the back is funny and spontaneous , makes me smile , not mike the other guy.