What does it mean to be God's servant? What qualities should His servants have? And what if we have none of those on our own? How to be a Worthless Servant.
2018 is quite a time to be alive. It almost seems as if the liturgical calendar is trolling the world as Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent, falls on Valentine's Day, while Easter falls on April Fools' Day. This is just too good. All joking aside, however, this may hopefully give us more reason to... Continue Reading →
So Christmas has come and gone, and as we approach New Year's, we stuff away all the decorations and get rid of the tree, bidding Christmas farewell. It seems that the holidays have disappeared as quickly as they came, even though they seem to have started right after Halloween in Walmart. So does this mean... Continue Reading →
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 →
A common misconception about Jesus is that he never claimed to be God. Many who deny his divinity love to point this out. It is true, he never actually said the words “I am God,” but what he didn’t say is not as important as what he did say. And there are times where what... Continue Reading →
Are you a worrier or a warrior? Are you living in the identity God chose for you, or floundering in an identity the world assigned you? Read on...
Concerns that the contemporary Church has largely failed to meet society's redemptive needs (or, God's redemptive purposes) cross denominational lines. A Quaker's view.
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 →