Advent: The Virtue of Waiting

  From all of us at Rogue Millennials, we wish you a Happy Advent.   I’ll be honest, though; this is the first time I’ve ever really observed Advent in any way. Before this holiday season, it was only ever just something with that candle wreath thing at the Methodist church where my family goes... Continue Reading →

Why I’m Okay With the Knee: Protests, Flags, and the Problem of Idolatry

More than a year ago, Colin Kaepernick made waves when he began protesting violence against Black Americans, first by staying seated and later kneeling during the national anthem. Since then, many others have joined in the peaceful protest. Many have also become vehemently angry at them for doing so. I admit, I was among those... Continue Reading →

Where is God When I’m Lonely?

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 →

Oh, the places they’ve been…

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 →

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