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Records show Mica Miller was under duress at the time of her suicide

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The death of Mica Miller, estranged wife of the Pastor of Solid Rock Church in Myrtle Beach, has been ruled a suicide, yet an investigation is still unofficially ongoing into the matter. Records show she was under duress at the time.

Miller died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to Robeson County Medical Examiner Dr. Richard Johnson. Dr. Johnson said, “Based on the nature of the wound, that it is consistent with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. And it was not in the back of the head, as it has been speculated.

JP Miller asked to step down, mentor responds

The Rev. Charles Randall, Pastor John Paul Miller’s spiritual advisor and mentor, told CP that “basically, social media is very wicked in saying things and lying about the situation, things that they are not aware of.

Randall said rumors online that the pastor has already started dating are not true.

When asked why Mica Miller wanted to leave her marriage, Randall said Mica did not. This despite the video posted by Mica Miller just days before her suicide and the divorce papers Mica served Miller.

Randall said he has known Miller for a long time and was one of his teachers in high school. He also said he had been counseling Mica and Pastor Miller since September 2023 and was not aware of any abuse. He acknowledged that there was “a little bump in the road” during efforts to restore their marriage but did not disclose what that bump was.

Last week, Randall said, “I live by the Holy Spirit of God. If God would lead me to remove him, I will do that. It has not happened at this time. As far as abuse, they are lying about that. There was no abuse.

Pastor John-Paul Miller was released from all ministerial duties yesterday by the overseer of Solid Rock Church in Market Common.

A notice posted by Solid Rock Church Sunday states that Miller is released “for a time of healing, counsel, and guidance, pursuant to our governing instrument.”

Over the weekend, Solid Rock Church’s website was also suspended. The link now redirects to a page that reads, “This account has been suspended.”

Late last week, Randall said, “As far as working with him, I’ve been working closely with them since last September on their marriage. They did have a little bump in the road, no abuse, and he was working on that. The marriage was in the process of being restored.

Yet locals refuse to believe Randall’s last statement, as Mica served JP Miller with divorce papers just days before her death.

The legacy media continually chronicles JP as stalking, tracking and harassing Mica. Police reports like the one sent to our news team this a.m. confirm those reports.

Miller Police Report

Police reports, like this, show Mica committed suicide while under tremendous duress at the time of her death.

THE BIGGER NARRATIVE

As Americans continue to lose faith in religious institutions, our nation lacks something to put their hope in.

Examples: GIVE ME SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN

  • 29% of conservatives say they have no trust in media. They describe it as either click bait or agenda driven.
  • Only 25% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents say they trust the federal government just about always or most of the time.
  • 66% of all conservatives viewed the Department of Justice negatively
  • Only 4% of Republicans indicate that that they “just about always” trust the FBI to do what is right, compared with 17% of Democrats.
  • More than 42% of Americans either have friends/family who dislike Jews (23.2%) or find it socially acceptable for a close family member to support Hamas (27.2%)
  • The U.S.A. Court’s rating hit a historic low in 2022, with just 25 percent of Americans reporting “quite a lot” or “a great deal” of confidence in the Court, down from 36 percent from 2021.
  • In late 2023, fewer than two-in-ten Americans said they trust the government in Washington to do what is right “just about always” (1%) or “most of the time” (15%)

Losing the institution of the family through divorce starting in the 1970s, coupled with a disenchantment with the institution of the church starting in 1980, leaves Americans with few places to believe in.

This suicide only adds to the despair in our local community.

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