This week on Comm Talk we wrap up Suicide Prevention Week with an Interview with John Gianforte (MA, LPC-S, LMFT) about Depression and how to know it's time to get professional help. We are working on getting some detailed notes put together from this particular podcast so keep an eye out for a future post on this website.
Julianna showed love to her enemies, and because of that, she is a constant and reliable person for the Man in the High Castle to trust to do what needs to happen. As Christians, we need to have that same steadfastness.
As a follower of Jesus, we must live our lives in a way that reflects the effect of Christ’s supremacy in our lives. The best way of doing this is to do the very best we can in whatever situation we are in. The purpose of doing this not just so that we can carry the title of “Christian” but so that we can be an example of those around us who do not know Christ.
This week on Geek Devotions, Dallas takes time to talk about a sombre topic, depression and suicide. Dallas is not a medical professional and doesn't presume to be one, but in this episode, he does offer some words of advice and wisdom. 123 People Die Daily from Suicide. Don't be a statistic. Even if you or someone you know is struggling with suicide, please get help. Reach out. Your life is so valuable.
This week for our Podcast, Comm Talk, we did something interesting. While talking about video games we decided to play a video game! The gaming community is growing in leaps and bounds and with venues such as twitch becoming a gathering place for gamers, Dallas take time to ask a very interesting question, "Who is there to reach them?"
This week on Geek Devotions special guest, Joe Morgan (President of Geeks Under Grace), joins us to bring some encouragement to the gaming community. It's no secret that certain segments of the gaming community are toxic in how gamers talk to and treat each other. So how should we respond? How can we become better? Check out some of Joe's thoughts.
For this week's Extra Tuesday episode we do another Morning Geek Commute. For this one, we discuss a great 48-hour gaming event, our future in gaming on Twitch, Thomas Wayne confirmed in upcoming "The Joker" movie, and a look into the upcoming Sherlock Holmes movie.