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 →
Failure, Identity, Mercy, and Kramer
What if we are more than our mistakes? Isn't that good news worth sharing?
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 →
The Virtue of Doubt
Doubt is normal – but more than that, doubt is healthy. Because there are answers out there. And doubt motivates us to find them.
God Helps the Helpless (But they don’t get to sit back while He does all the work)
A short thought about another Christian cliché.
God WILL Give More than You Can Handle.
You know that thing about God not giving you more than you can handle? Yeah, he never said that.
Alan, age 36
"Many church leaders have become wolves dressed in wool by managing Jesus instead of managing their cross."