What I learned from a close reading of Judges.
Before you adopt a political opinion on immigration, check out what Scripture says about foreigners living among us.
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 →
Over our past year of blogging, we've covered a litany of areas where there seem to be some pretty heavy walls and divides between Millennials and other generations (Boomers, Generation X, Generation Z, etc.). However, once in awhile, we find a place where the various generations stand pretty united. I believe I've uncovered such an... Continue Reading →
Focusing on the false narrative that Jesus was rejected upon his arrival gives us a victim complex that makes us miss the whole point of Christmas. The Gospel is so much better than that.