Devotions for dating or engaged couples

If you have accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior and have been baptized by immersion under water, or are ready to take those steps, and are in agreement with Rock Point’s Beliefs, Purpose, Mission, Vision, Values and Strategies, please join us at our next Membership Dessert. Learn about our mission and vision, and hear from Pastor Bill and some of the staff. Maybe you’ve been coming for a while, but aren’t connected. Hear about all of the ways you can get plugged in, then trade in your foam finger for a jersey (figuratively, of course) and join the team! Learn what it means to be a fully engaged follower of Jesus and how you can “Know” Jesus, “Grow” with others, and “Go” live like Christ.

Our team will be available to answer any questions and help you take that next step!

And one of the easiest ways for this sin to get a foothold in a man's life is for his sexual needs to remain unmet at home.

In a man's world, there are many voices tempting him to fulfill his needs through illicit and perverted recreational outlets.

Counterfeit pleasures beckon from every street corner, every magazine rack and every modem.

Because God's perspective on sex in marriage is so misunderstood by most of us, the potential for men and women to miss each other is enormous.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’ve got two short new devotions dedicated to helping you (and your significant other, if you have one) think through the exciting (and maybe intimidating) topic of marriage!

Visit our Devotions to Prepare You for Marriage page to sign up for one or both of them!

It’s never too early or too late in a relationship to think about where it’s heading, and how you can cultivate a relationship that honors God!

If you are like most dating couples, you are looking for more than just a companion – you want a soul mate!

The essence of a true soul mate relationship is that of deep spiritual connection.

Join the Rock Point team and join us for Rock U on Sunday, August 11th at pm. Attending church on the weekend is extremely important, but growing deeper with others happens best throughout the week.

See the ways we grow together below and try one out!

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