A big part of Rogue Millennials is encouraging believers to "own" their personal ministry for Christ and his Kingdom. Every believer is called to be part of a holy priesthood. Holy means "set apart" and priesthood means being a leader in spiritual matters - a leader means leading the way, showing the way, setting the... Continue Reading →
Failures of Churches, C.S. Lewis-style
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 →
Reactivating the Body (part 3 of 3)
The Priesthood of Believers – Unleashing the Millennials! So the masses should minister, and paid clergy should train and empower them? Is there Scriptural precedent for this? Naturally! The entire New Testament. Paul made tents for a living, he wasn’t a paid pastor. He made it his purpose to disciple others and raise them to... Continue Reading →
Reactivating the Body (part 2 of 3)
Do you feel adequately trained by your pastor to do ministry throughout the week? When Millennials started asking this question and answering it "No," we realized something is wrong in the church...
Jared's a park ranger at a zoo, loves mentoring people and leads a house church. He's convinced Millennials will improve the world precisely by questioning and renewing institutions like churches. Read Jared's posts Andy K. is follower of Christ, and a non-commissioned priest. He believes the church should be something the world sees as... Continue Reading →