or this week's Extra Tuesday we did a Morning Geek Commute where we gave our respects to the legendary Stan Lee who passed away this past week. We also spend some time discussing how Social Media Influencers can survive if Facebook suddenly goes away.
This week, Celeste springboards off of her podcast appearance on Retro Rewind Podcast where she talked about Disney's The Little Mermaid. The scene where King Triton does everything he could to find his daughter really struck Celeste and reminded her of our Heavenly Father. Did you know that God chases after you?
Hello Devoted Geeks! Our friends over at Geeks Under Grace have taken over for this week's Extra Tuesday to bring you a heads up on what Video Games you should be checking out for November 2018! LJ Lowery (Twitch Streamer, Game Reviewer, and Podcast Producer for Geeks Under Grace) walks us through 3 sections... Games for the Family | Games for Teens and Adults | Personal Pick
For the final episode of our Dystopian Devotional month, we take a look at V For Vendetta. Both the movie and the book carry a lot of themes that can be discussed, but this week Dallas takes a look at the subject of pain and heartache and how out of it... there can be some good.
For this week's Extra Tuesday, we decided to do a Morning Geek Commute! The Theme of this week's MGC; support! We talk about some new ways for you Devoted Geeks to be able to support what we do here at Geek Devotions, and we discuss if we should support Deadpool.
This week, a couple of our Devoted Patreon Geeks (Cody McGurk of Luphonix - Francisco of Retro Rewind Podcast - Jonathan Gilbert) join us to discuss our favourite Dystopian worlds. 6:30 - Our thoughts on Dredd 13:55 - Our thoughts on Terminator 23:20 - Our thoughts on Firefly 30:33 - Our thoughts on Appleseed … Continue reading CT051: Our Favorite Dystopian Worlds feat. Devoted Patreon Geeks
Welcome to week 3 of Dystopian Devotionals Month! This week Celeste and Dallas watched Equilibrium. The promise of the movie (world peace is obtained by the suppression of emotions) led Celeste to the following conclusion; we really do need emotions. Specifically, however, we need Love. What does it look like? How do we live it out? Check out today's episode and find out!