LTRP Note: Lighthouse Trails has been following and reporting on the story of Lisa Miller and her daughter Isabella and the brave people who helped them escape from this country for nearly ten years. (posted by an out-of-house news source – There are very few news sources that are accurately reporting on this story. Most are calling Lisa and those who helped her “kidnappers.” We are calling them courageous heroes.)
“Pastor spent 2 years in jail for helping girl escape court-imposed lesbian ‘mom’”
By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman
A Mennonite pastor who helped a girl and her birth mother escape the United States to evade her court-imposed lesbian “mother” has been freed after serving almost 24 months in a U.S. federal prison.
Kenneth Miller, a pastor with the Beachy Amish Mennonites of Virginia, was convicted in 2013 of having helped Lisa Miller and her daughter Isabella (both unrelated to Kenneth Miller) to flee the United States. They left the country in late 2009 to evade court-imposed visits to Lisa’s former civil union partner, Janet Jenkins.
According to a website created by Kenneth Miller’s supporters, the pastor was released from prison on March 6, and “was given a grand welcome at our church by flashing lights, sirens, and a shower, courtesy of the Amish Auxiliary of the Stuarts Draft Volunteer Fire Dept.”
“We held a joyful and praise-filled welcome home service on Sunday,” the website added. Click here to continue reading.