Norman & Barbara Miller

Together with her husband Norman, Barbara planted the Tabernacle of David, a church in Cairns in 1996. A year later, Barbara and Norman also founded the parachurch Centre for International Reconciliation and Peace. Barbara and Norman helped launch the Canberra Declaration and the National Day of Prayer and Fasting. They have also led a number of prayer events for Australia Day and conferences in many Australian cities.

Norman is an Aboriginal artist with his own gallery. He is of the Jirrbal, Bar-Barrum and Tableland Yidinji peoples of north Queensland. His book “Reef and Rainforest” won third prize in the IPPY awards in Chicago in 2016 for multicultural non-fiction. Norman has campaigned for recognition of Indigenous people in the Constitution, and handed the “Miller Boomerang Petition” to Federal Parliament in 2013 and 2016, which collected over 5,000 signatures.

Barbara is also the author of several books, most of them on Australian history and biography, including one about a 100-year-old Holocaust survivor. Barbara was a finalist in the main prize of the Queensland Literary Awards 2018 for her memoir “White Woman Black Heart: Journey Home to Old Mapoon, a Memoir.”

Articles by Norman & Barbara Miller:

  • 11 January 2022

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    Jews are Indigenous to Israel. The boycott of the Sydney Festival by various politically-correct artists over a single Israeli performance in the month-long cul

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  • 5 January 2022

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    Indigenous artist Munganbana Norman Miller is gravely disappointed by the fire set by activists at Old Parliament House last week. He is alarmed that it may hav

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  • 8 July 2021

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    Munganbana Norman Miller, Convenor of the Voice of First Nations Peoples Against Euthanasia, said from Cairns today: “We need to protect our elders, First Natio

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  • 19 June 2021

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    “Regarding the recent motion by the Queensland ALP on Israel, it is the Jewish people who have been subject to ethnic cleansing from the land of Israel for many

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  • 24 May 2021

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    Munganbana Norman Miller, Convenor of the Voice of First Nations Peoples Against Euthanasia, said from Cairns today that “All lives matter and Black Lives Matte

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  • 30 March 2020

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    I sensed the Lord was saying that it is a Davidic anointing that will deal with the Covid-19. The Lord gave me Dovid-19, and a number of scriptures where He hig

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  • 27 February 2020

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    Two days ago, Pastor Norman Miller, whose Aboriginal name is Munganbana, presented a giant boomerang supporting religious freedom and freedom of speech to Senat

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  • 26 February 2020

    3.9 MINS

    Editor’s Note: The Canberra Declaration team is supporting the 40 Days of Prayer and Fasting Call for the Lost Boys from Wednesday 26 February – 5 April 2020, i

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  • 17 January 2020

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    INDIGENOUS CHRISTIAN RESPONSE TO AUSTRALIA DAY & 250th ANNIVERSARY OF CAPTAIN COOK’S LANDING ON OUR EAST COAST FROM SURVIVAL TO REVIVAL & FROM INVASION

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  • 8 October 2019

    2.3 MINS

    by Pastors Norman & Barbara Miller, Centre for International Reconciliation and Peace, Cairns. Intention Putting a priority on the things that really matter

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