Posts By: brandi miller

Depression

Depression

There are many myths surrounding depression – that a Christian can’t experience it. But the Bible shows that sometimes, Christians do. Even good Christians.

True Religion

True-Religion

I believe in God, but I don’t consider myself religious. What is religion? Can you have a relationship with Jesus without religion?

Learning the Peace (and Power) of God

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How do we always rejoice? When the report from the doctor isn’t what we hoped? When the job situation isn’t good? When our kids are making destructive choices? How do we rejoice when we don’t see anything positive in our circumstances?

Living the God-Intended Life

Philippians-3

We’re the generation most equipped to know what’s next, with paper planners, and calendar apps on our phones. And yet, much like Paul in his letter to the Philippians, we have no knowledge of, and no control over, what happens next.

Unity of the Church

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In Philippians 2 Paul calls the church to radical unity, a unity born of the gospel that will bring light to the darkness of their generation setting aside selfish ambition and vain conceit.

The Choreography of God

Philippians

Paul’s letter to the Philippians was written while he was in prison. Yet it’s considered his most joyful letter. Could you write a message of joy and thanks from prison?

Hands Across the Community

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The project came from CCA. A mobile home in the community needed some work. The family couldn’t do it themselves because money is tight and the Emiliano requires dialysis, which leaves him unable to work.

Parker Square Vote

Parker Square Vote

RockPointe has always been a receiving church. It’s the heart of who we are to welcome new people — people new to the area, people new to church, people new to faith in Jesus. And we’ve always considered that the first step – not the final goal.

The Effective Church

The Effective Church

Inflexibility can lead to injury making us unable to do simple things. Suddenly we’re not effective in our role as an employee, a parent, a neighbor, a spouse, or a friend.