A timely caution on keeping Jesus first, in an age of celebrity preachers. From "Why Church?" blog.
This Fateful Hour
One of my favorite book series is the Time Quintet by Madeline L'Engle. Within that series, there is a book called A Swiftly Tilting Planet. L'Engle puts her own spin on Saint Patrick's Breastplate in the story; the characters use it as a sort of prayer/spell hybrid to defeat the "powers of darkness." Here's her version of the... Continue Reading →
State of the Faith Part 3: The Counter-Movement.
While corporate churches lose their focus, a new movement strives to bring it back.
Think Like Jesus, a book in review
For our fellow book worms, Rogue Millennials read a LOT and would love to share some of our favorites! Here's our first faith book in review.
How to Talk to Millennials
What does open dialogue look like in churches? (Besides lacking?)
State of the Faith Part 2: Where’s the Fruit?
Today, there are a greater number of people claiming to be followers of Jesus who are practicing Complacent Christianity. As I stated in part one, they are following tradition and are taking part in a “Christian Culture” phenomenon. The profession of faith is there. Many believe that to be a Christian, all one needs to... Continue Reading →
State of the Faith Part 1: Complacent Christianity
A major problem with how Christians are representing the Kindom in our world.
Vision- Not So Raven
Do you have a vision for you life? God has a vision and he wants you to search for it.
Calling: The Sixth Layer of Our Foundation
- “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit and that your fruit should abide, so that whatever you ask the Father in my name, he may give it to you.” -John 15:16 ESV Over the past two years God has taken me through... Continue Reading →
Grace: The Fifth Layer of Our Foundation
It is God’s desire that every person becomes a believer; and every believer is able to serve in God’s Kingdom regardless of their background or past failures – we call this practicing personal ministry. "Grace, grace, God's grace... Grace that is greater than all our sin..." Words from one of my favorite hymns when I... Continue Reading →