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Patricia L. Miller

Executive Director

Pat and her husband, Ken, are members of Old Bethel United Methodist Church in Indianapolis. Pat currently serves on the South Indiana and Indiana Area Episcopacy committees, is the Chair of the Indianapolis East District Committee on the Superintendency, and serves on the Yeshua Society Advisory Board. Read More

Pat and her husband, Ken, are members of Old Bethel United Methodist Church in Indianapolis. Pat currently serves on the South Indiana and Indiana Area Episcopacy committees, is the Chair of the Indianapolis East District Committee on the Superintendency, and serves on the Yeshua Society Advisory Board.

Pat has served as the Executive Director of the Confessing Movement within The United Methodist Church since January 1997. She also serves on the Executive Committee of the World Methodist Council.
In the past, Pat has served as President of the Southeast District United Methodist Women, and was President of the Southeast District Council on Ministries.

Previous positions held in the South Indiana Conference include Chair of the Conference Division on Health and Welfare, Conference Chair of the Lay Empowerment Committee, and Conference Chair of the Capital Funds and Allocations Committee, and she has served on the Conference Finance and Administration Committee.
Pat has been a member of the South Indiana Annual Conference since 1977. She was elected as a delegate to General Conference in 1992, 1996, and 2000. She was a delegate to Jurisdictional Conference in 1988, 1992, 1996, and 2000.
From 1996 – 2000, Pat served on the North Central Jurisdiction Committee on Programs and Arrangements. In 2000, she served on the North Central Jurisdiction Nominations Committee.

Elected to the Indiana House of Representatives in 1982, Pat served as a member of the Indiana State Senate from 1983 to 2016. She served as Chair of the Indiana Senate Health and Provider Services Committee, and was a member of the following Senate committees: Finance, Education, and Election. Pat has received numerous distinctions and awards, including the highest award given by the American Medical Association, the Nathan Davis Award, which she received in 2002.  She most recently was awarded the Star of Life from Indiana Right To Life in 2016.

A Registered Nurse, Pat is a graduate of Methodist Hospital School of Nursing and has a Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University. Pat and Ken, a dentist, have two children, Tamara and Matthew. They have one grandson, Randall, and three granddaughters, Rachel, Maren, and Emma.

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Dr. Riley Case

Associate Director

Riley B. Case is the Associate Director of The Confessing Movement within The United Methodist Church.  He is a retired United Methodist pastor and lives in Kokomo, Indiana.

Riley grew up in LaGrange, Indiana and graduated from LaGrange High School, Taylor University, and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, with an additional M.A. Read More

Riley B. Case is the Associate Director of The Confessing Movement within The United Methodist Church.  He is a retired United Methodist pastor and lives in Kokomo, Indiana.

Riley grew up in LaGrange, Indiana and graduated from LaGrange High School, Taylor University, and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, with an additional M.A. from Northwestern University. He also received the honorary doctorate from Taylor University in 1986. For forty-three years he served United Methodist Churches in North Indiana. He served for six years as the district superintendent of the Marion District. He was a General Conference delegate on five occasions from 1986 to 2000. He has been actively involved in the evangelical renewals movements of the church. He served on the Good News Board since 1973 and is an emeritus member of that board. He has also served on the Advisory Board of UMAction, part of the Institute of Religion and Democracy.

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Dr. Riley Case
Associate Director

Riley B. Case is the Associate Director of The Confessing Movement within The United Methodist Church.  He is a retired United Methodist pastor and lives in Kokomo, Indiana.

Riley grew up in LaGrange, Indiana and graduated from LaGrange High School, Taylor University, and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, with an additional M.A. from Northwestern University. He also received the honorary doctorate from Taylor University in 1986. For forty-three years he served United Methodist Churches in North Indiana. He served for six years as the district superintendent of the Marion District. He was a General Conference delegate on five occasions from 1986 to 2000. He has been actively involved in the evangelical renewals movements of the church. He served on the Good News Board since 1973 and is an emeritus member of that board. He has also served on the Advisory Board of UMAction, part of the Institute of Religion and Democracy.

Heather Catlow
Secretary

Heather Catlow, Secretary, grew up in Texas, attending The Woodlands United Methodist Church in Houston.  She attended Auburn University and has two years of coursework towards a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis.  Heather is active in worship and creative arts as well as community theater.  She and her husband, John, have four children.

Dana Gonzales
Secretary

Dana is a lifelong Hoosier.  She and her husband have two children and a large extended family living close by.  Dana enjoys spending time with her family fishing, camping, and most anything outdoors.

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Patricia L. Miller
Executive Director

Pat and her husband, Ken, are members of Old Bethel United Methodist Church in Indianapolis. Pat currently serves on the South Indiana and Indiana Area Episcopacy committees, is the Chair of the Indianapolis East District Committee on the Superintendency, and serves on the Yeshua Society Advisory Board.

Pat has served as the Executive Director of the Confessing Movement within The United Methodist Church since January 1997. She also serves on the Executive Committee of the World Methodist Council.
In the past, Pat has served as President of the Southeast District United Methodist Women, and was President of the Southeast District Council on Ministries.

Previous positions held in the South Indiana Conference include Chair of the Conference Division on Health and Welfare, Conference Chair of the Lay Empowerment Committee, and Conference Chair of the Capital Funds and Allocations Committee, and she has served on the Conference Finance and Administration Committee.
Pat has been a member of the South Indiana Annual Conference since 1977. She was elected as a delegate to General Conference in 1992, 1996, and 2000. She was a delegate to Jurisdictional Conference in 1988, 1992, 1996, and 2000.
From 1996 – 2000, Pat served on the North Central Jurisdiction Committee on Programs and Arrangements. In 2000, she served on the North Central Jurisdiction Nominations Committee.

Elected to the Indiana House of Representatives in 1982, Pat served as a member of the Indiana State Senate from 1983 to 2016. She served as Chair of the Indiana Senate Health and Provider Services Committee, and was a member of the following Senate committees: Finance, Education, and Election. Pat has received numerous distinctions and awards, including the highest award given by the American Medical Association, the Nathan Davis Award, which she received in 2002.  She most recently was awarded the Star of Life from Indiana Right To Life in 2016.

A Registered Nurse, Pat is a graduate of Methodist Hospital School of Nursing and has a Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University. Pat and Ken, a dentist, have two children, Tamara and Matthew. They have one grandson, Randall, and three granddaughters, Rachel, Maren, and Emma.