Miles McPherson is the pastor of the Rock Church in San Diego, a motivational speaker, and a former NFL football player. He played four years in the NFL with the San Diego Chargers from 1982-1985. It was during this time that he developed a cocaine addiction. After his second season in the NFL and after a weekend-long drug binge, he called out to Jesus Christ, accepted Him and stopped doing drugs in one day.
Miles worked as a Youth Pastor for Horizon Christian Fellowship in San Diego and enrolled in Azusa Pacific University's School of Theology, receiving his Master's of Divinity degree in 1991. In 2000, he felt called by God to start the Rock Church in San Diego. The Rock has nearly 15,000 people attending one of the Rock's fifteen Sunday services, in addition to the services.
In 2013, Miles initiated Do Something Church; dedicated to equipping churches to transform the world by successfully meeting their community's needs through innovative outreach strategies. He is the author of Do Something: Make Your Life Count and God in the Mirror. In 2014, Miles released the Miles A Minute App, a daily minute-long video with a dose of encouragement, a challenging and thought provoking messages. Miles and his wife, Debbie, have three grown children.