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Scott and Katie dated until June 2013 when Scott proposed, and the best friends were married two months later.The Millers’ path to marriage was a unique one, but the Lord used it to bless them in areas where they needed to experience growth. And being friends with him first really allowed me to do that because I’d seen him through some pretty high highs and some pretty low lows,” Katie said.After Scott and Katie got married, both their lives and their Home Groups merged.But then an opportunity arose that led the Millers to leave what they’d established and trust God. “Then once we did hold hands, I realized, ‘Oh yeah, I’m done for.
But looking back, she said, “I wouldn’t give up having been single in my 20s for anything.However, just as Scott and Katie settled into marriage and leading their newly-merged Home Group, they were thrown a curveball.“One Friday afternoon when Katie was home alone, some guy attempted to break into the apartment,” Scott said.“She yelled, and he ran.” The Millers decided to move in January 2014.Though they were farther away from their Home Group, Scott and Katie continued to serve as leaders until July 2014, when they were thrown another curveball: Scott’s job asked him to move to London.