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LEAD PASTOR

BILL BUSH


Bill Bush has been in full-time pastoral ministry for over twenty-three years. After devoting his first ten years to youth and family ministry, Bill became the Lead Pastor of Rock Point Church in 2001. Having planted the church in 2001, Bill continues to serve on the Vision Arizona Lead Team, which is the regional church planting movement of Converge Southwest. His deep passion for leadership is exhibited through his expertise in leadership development, which is often sought after by both faith-based as well as secular organizations.

With a Bachelor’s degree in Bible and Christian Leadership, Bill is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Adult and Family Ministries. He and his wife, Carrie, have been married for twenty-two years; they are the proud parents of three children: Micah, Jadon, and Sarai. His other interests and hobbies include: Baseball, Bowling, CrossFit training, personal fitness training and nutrition, and American history.

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Pastor Bill Bush

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Pastor Dave Sutherland

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Pastor Mark Collins

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Pastor Randy Deal

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Pastor Jeff Larson

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Ann Newman

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Joshua “Stabby” Winters

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EXECUTIVE PASTOR

DAVE SUTHERLAND





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Dave Sutherland was born in North Carolina but lost his southern accent long ago unlike Mark Collins. Dave has also lived in Brazil, Ohio, and Arizona. He went to U of A his first two years and met Denise through soccer there. Dave then came to his senses and went his final two years to ASU and graduated with a Marketing degree. Dave married up to Denise and has two kids, Brooke and Mason who he loves hanging out with. His nicknames have been Toothpick, Super Dave, and Dangerous, all for very good reason. If you could have any super power what would it be? Why? Teleportation. This way maybe I could make meetings on time or get more work done without having to drive. I could meet people in Mexico when we do a missions trip and not have to go through the border crossings or toll booths. I could also make people feel awkward by a surprise visit when they least expect it. If you walk into a coffee shop what do you usually order? I would ask what they have besides coffee. Iced tea would be my order of choice. I like green tea and fruit tea best. If it is black tea I add sweetener. I do not go to a coffee shop on my own though, I only go to meet other people because they usually have a nice atmosphere and other people like coffee.

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