Does Spider-Man No Way Home Live up to it's hype?
devotional book called Fantastic 42: A Fellowship Facing Doom with Hope!
As our Very Spidey Geekmas continues, Celeste takes a look at the paths of Norman Osborn and Peter Parker as presented in Spiderman 2002. The paths each man took were of their own choice, but the affect of those paths touch everyone. How do your decisions affect others?
Is digital ministry the end-all? No, not at all. We need face-to-face contact with people. We need to be able to shake a person’s hand, hug them and look them in the eyes. I don’t know anyone who does digital ministry who denies that or acts like those things aren’t necessary. But just because the ministry that God has called them to looks different than yours or operates in a way that you don’t understand doesn’t mean that it’s less than yours.
One of the things that I love most about Spider-Man, specifically Peter Parker, is that he is guided by readiness and willingness to act. If he sees something that needs doing, and he knows that he has the power to do it, then he does it.