After over two years of fighting for his life against leukemia, Skyler Miller says he has won. Miller is back at Logan High School not just as a student but as a Christian leader and a football player.
Twice Miller had to take treatments against the dreaded disease, but he is giving God all the glory for his victory. Miller, a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), volunteered to speak Friday, August 28, at the group’s lunchtime meeting. So many young people came to hear his testimony and devotion that the meeting was moved from group sponsor Mr. John E. Godby’s room to Logan High School’s Little Theater.
“Skyler gave wonderful words of wisdom to his peers concerning trusting God through good times and bad,” said Godby. “He spoke about the difficulty of his passed two year journey, but never gave up. He kept believing that God would come through and He did!
“When Tim Britton, the Area Director of FCA heard Skyler was going to speak, he drove from Charleston to be blessed.”
Miller is also a member of the Logan High Prayer Club and TAAD (Teens Against Alcohol and Drugs Organization.)
“He inspires all he comes in contact with to live as if there is no tomorrow. It is an extreme honor to know him and be his friend,” Godby said. “This story has a happy ending.”