Communion. The Lord's Supper. Eucharist. These are all the same thing. But each term means different things for different Christian denominations. In this post, we take a look at all the ways people meditate on Christ's death and resurrection.
Hello, fellow Rogues! Today I want to put the spotlight on an opportunity for you to help support something awesome. Each year, I go on a medical mission trip to Guatemala. Among the free services we offer to various Guatemalan people (medical, dental, vision, and pharmaceutical care), we also give women in the villages we... Continue Reading →
Do I think God specially placed that conch in the sand for me to find? No. But do I think He knew it was there all along AND knew I would enjoy discovering it? Yes. Oh, how He loves me.
Yep. I admit it. A couple of weeks ago, Jared asked if any of us Rogues wanted to write about Easter this year. And I realized that I had completely forgotten it was coming up. The enemy didn't even have to do a whole lot to set that trap. I just got busy. My job... Continue Reading →
Are Millennials the next "Great Generation"? Generational experts Strauss & Howe think so - and many Millennials dare to dream so.
My parents recently celebrated their 40th anniversary. Can you imagine being with someone for 40 years? I certainly can't. But I know I'd like to celebrate a 40th anniversary some day. Being married for so long, my parents typically celebrate their marriage a few days after the actual event. I guess when you've been together... Continue Reading →
A question for the ages! How easily dissatisfied humans are when they're lonely. Thankfully, God knows exactly what to do with us when we're feeling that way. We just have to pay attention. It is quite painful for me to tell others about my loneliness. When I do, I feel weak and vulnerable. I hate... Continue Reading →
I just recently returned from a yearly mission trip to Guatemala. This was my third trip, and most of the activities were feeling fairly "old hat." I knew what to do, when to do it, and almost exactly what to expect. We visited two villages, spending two days in each village. We offered medical, dental,... Continue Reading →
If you know me fairly well, you know how much I love my mother. She is my most favorite person on this planet. Of all the strong women I know, and I know many, she is the strongest. She has nothing but purely unconditional love for me, my sister, and my father. Throughout history, there... Continue Reading →