Jeremy Caverley was born in Athens, Texas and lived throughout the east Texas region. He has been in involved in music since the age of 5. It all started when he joined the school choir. Then in junior high, Jeremy joined the school band. It was there his passion for music blossomed. Throughout junior high and high school he received numerous awards for solos and was 1st clarinet on multiple occasions for band. When he was 16 years old he started playing guitar. Jeremy was given the chance to play in his church youth worship team. Then he played during his mission trip with Teen Mania to South Africa and the Honor Academy in 2000 (www.teenmania.org/ ).
From 2001 to 2002, Jeremy joined the Salvation Army in Houston,Texas where he led worship at Salvation Army Aldine/Westfield Corps (www.salvationarmyhouston.org/aldine ). He also spoke and sang at the Adult Rehabiltion Center and the Sugarland Texas Juvenile Delinquent Center where he shared his testimony about being homeless and his passion to follow Christ.
Life changed again for him, when he joined the U.S. Coast Guard. During boot camp in 2004 he played the clarinet for the U.S. Coast Guard Military Band. In his last year of service in the Coast Guard during 2007 Jeremy joined Open Door Christian Church in Novato, California near where he was stationed. There Jeremy played lead guitar for their praise and worship band.
After finishing his tour of duty with the Coast Guard in California Jeremy moved to Ohio, married his wife Miranda in 2007 and helped form JMC Ministries.
Miranda Caverley was born and raised in Chillicothe Ohio. She comes from the lineage of ordained ministers. Her journey in music started with her family. There she traveled around south central Ohio as she and her family preached and sang the message of the Love Of Jesus Christ. At the age of 3 Miranda started to play the drums . At the age of 15 yrs old she began playing drums professionally and singing at local churches and christian events around central southern Ohio.
At the age of 21 began playing the piano and writing her own original music. At age 22 yrs old Miranda began singing, playing piano and drums professionally at churches and different Christian events. From 2004-2007 Miranda played drums and piano for The Salvation Army Church in Chillicothe Ohio as well as worked in the Children's ministry at the church ministering to at risk youth. Miranda also had the opportunity to be the drummer 2 years for the Salvation Army SWONKEY division's Womens Retreat in 2007 and 2008 that is held in Cincinnati Ohio yearly.
However, after 2008 Miranda's health began to decline rapidly for unknown reasons. She had to begin limiting her ministry work. From 2008 until the fall of 2010 Miranda's health continued to decline and the doctors could not figure it out to the point Miranda became disabled and could no longer work. It was in Sept 2010 that Miranda was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease. Since 2010 Miranda has continued to get worse and she now has had to nearly stop all together traveling and singing and speaking at events and churches due to the Crohn's Disease.
Due to Miranda's health issues, Jeremy and Miranda decided to form their social media and online ministry so that they could still reach people with the message of Jesus Christ. Through JMC Ministries and the social media/online ministry, Miranda has been able to continue singing, speaking and writing new music to share and still reach the world despite how much the Crohn's disease has tried to stop her.