Forgotten, collecting dust, that’s the state I found my grandparent’s Atari in. I was young, as in kindergarten/first grade young, when I had my first tastes of the digital world. The game was Combat, which was released in 1977, on the Atari 2600. Combat featured a tank game that forced players to go head-to-head. NavigatingContinue reading “God Loves You / I’m Just Getting Started”
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Red Flags, Video Games, and the Gospel
For years, with a handful of people, I helped run a successful Christian video game group on Facebook. I learned several things through that time (these two things being a primary standout): Be careful who you partner with. Make sure that they have the same vision, work ethic, goals, etc. When games become more importantContinue reading “Red Flags, Video Games, and the Gospel”
The Surf Report – Missionaries, Legalism, and Biomutant
In this week’s edition of the Surf Report, I talk about missionaries, legalism, and Biomutant.
If you don’t read your Bible, start.
“How many of you have a personal quiet time?” Crickets could be heard in the room. “Any of you?” Silence. Then, one of the boys spoke up. “As part of my homeschooling curriculum, I have to do Bible in the mornings.” I looked around the room, “Anyone besides Steven?” Again, silence. < – – –Continue reading “If you don’t read your Bible, start.”
Prayer Is Not My Strong Suit
Prayer is something that I have to work at.