Eternal destiny and Destiny. One is an unavoidable event; the other is a game based on light/refined MMO mechanics.Read more "Off Campus – Destiny Log Entry 001"
Rewind Wednesday: Back in October of 2012, I wrote this post. Today, I realized that I still haven’t invited God into my hobby. Looks like I need to take my own advice and be more intentional. How about you? Are you inviting God into your hobbies?Read more "Rewind Wednesday: Invite Christ Into Your Hobby"
Last year, I read an article on a Christian video game site that extolled the virtues of Telltale’s The Walking Dead series.Read more "Thinking Aloud: Growing Closer to Christ"
New Post: 9 years ago I noticed that the Christian worldview was sadly lacking in the mainstream video game press.Read more "Thinking Aloud: Why We Don’t Need Another Christian Video Game Site"
New Post: This morning, as I was reading through Bill Farrel’s The 10 Best Decisions a Man Can Make, I came across a passage that talked about inviting Christ into your hobbies.Read more "Invite Christ Into Your Hobby"
Rewind Wednesday: God often uses others in our lives to put us back on the right track.Read more "Rewind Wednesday: Haggai"
I rolled out of bed this morning and hit the floor. Time to stretch. As I groggily willed my body to move this way and that, I scrolled through my twitter feed. It was then that I noticed that there had been another shooting in Colorado.Read more "Compass"
Yesterday, I wrote about how persecution led the early church to disperse, thereby fulfilling the Great Commission. How does this apply to us today?Read more "GO: The Application"
Over lunch, I happened to watch a PBS documentary on President Kennedy’s visit to Ireland, in 1963. Crowds gathered everywhere to see the American President who had led America through the Cuban Missile Crisis some 9 months earlier.Read more "President Kennedy Visits Ireland"
Imagine your nation being plundered/ destroyed and you are taken captive. All that you have ever known is now gone, quite literally. You soon find yourself immersed in a new culture. A culture that is foreign and very unlike what you are accustomed to. At this point you can chose to blend in with the new culture, adopt some of it’s customs; or you can chose remain an island, a remnant of your own culture.Read more "Wednesday Night Bible Study Recap: Haggai"
In December of 2006, I graduated from college with no job lined up. After months and even years of praying over what I wanted to do with my life, I hadn’t a clue.Read more "Discontent"
The Christian life is one that is often lived out in unintentional isolation. We go to church, mid-week Bible study, and hopefully connect with fellow Christians. From that, we create our own little Christian bubbles filled with like-minded individuals. Now I think that it is great to attend church, Bible study, and get to know other believers. However, I think that we are isolating ourselves from those that we have been called to reach out to, those outside the church.Read more "Isolation"
Once a month, I meet with a group of guys from my church to study the Bible. Our epic 3 hour meetings include time to eat, discuss everyday life, and dive into God’s Word.Read more "Worry"
A good Sunday morning to you all! Something I realized after writing last was that I have failed to pray over JBG as a ministry and have instead been relying on my own gifts and strengths. So, I want to take this Sunday and pray over JBG, it’s future, and discover what God’s will is […]Read more "Prayer"
I know I probably shouldn’t let stuff like this bug me…but it does. I have been wanting to play Team Meat’s Super Meat Boy for awhile now.Read more "Super Meat Fail!"
Recently, I started reading through the book of Jeremiah. Today I was reading through chapter 3 and was struck by a theme that has been carried over from chapter 2, that of the nation of Israel acting like a whore.Read more "Whore"
Surf Report for 12/21/09: Bryan discusses the true meaning of Christmas, “Panic Attack!”, and New Super Mario Bros. Wii.Read more "Surf Report – 12/21/09"