Author credit: A fellow Rogue Millennial that wishes to remain anonymous My wife and I recently quit going to church… for good. Now before we get in to why, let’s talk about some things that are important to know: 1) I am a lesbian. 2) I am happily married to my wife for 8 years.... Continue Reading →
By now, many of you know that we like to discuss both serving and giving on this website. One of the most important things to us as Rogue Millennials is practical application of faith. Giving to and serving others is just about as practical as it gets! So, in an effort to provide our dear... Continue Reading →
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 →
Rogue Millennials walking in Jesus' footsteps - the revolutionary who challenged the church institution of his day.
C.S. Lewis, famous for The Chronicles of Narnia and Mere Christianity, was a non-commissioned priest (NCP), a “lay person” untrained in theology and unpaid by a church, yet taking his personal ministry as a believer seriously. He became one of the most compelling defenders of Christianity of the past century. His book The Four Loves... Continue Reading →
What identifies us to the world as Christians? What should our lives reflect? How should the world see Christ in us?
Ministry of the Masses - Emptying the Pews: We’ve explained how “church” can mean different things. There is “church” (lower case) which describes a business that provides religious leaders and services. And “Church” (upper case) which is the whole body of Christians who act as the Body of Christ. This second definition has no institutional... Continue Reading →