Welcome to a blog about Millennials and faith. Don’t like churches? Have you gone rogue but now struggle to grow in your faith?
Read on. Join the conversation. Challenge your idea of what the Church is, and what it could be.
About Rogue Millennials
We are a team of young adults who do church and ministry together. We blog about topics relevant to young Christians and share the perspectives of young Believers on how they experience and practice the faith.
We especially focus on the trends of young Believers to go “rogue” – leaving institutional forms of faith like church businesses and focusing on relational, small-knit community forms of faith like house churches, small groups, work ministries, and even our families. Our focus often includes spotlighting the amazing things God is doing among young people as well as highlighting areas churches could learn, grow, and pursue reform.
We are a team. We work together just like the citizens of this great country. Like I always say, there is no “I” or “me” in America.
I didn’t even say that out loud and my editor yelled, “There is literally an ‘I’ and a ‘me’ in America!” I don’t know how they do it! I know Believers aren’t supposed to swear, but I swear my editor is a wizard. And as a wizard, they’re great at SPELLing. (Get it?!) I know, I know. I could feel the epic eye-roll from here. He who would pun would pick a pocket, right?
God says, “Iron sharpens iron, just as one editor sharpens his blog writer” (Proverbs 27:17, artistic license taken…).
What the proverb means is that we don’t just grow individually alongside each other. We actually, actively help each other grow together. Our blog team is a church within the Church – and that’s how God intended every aspect of our lives to be.
Thanks for dropping by – we hope you are sharpened by the thoughts and testimonies God gave us to share here.