Hello, again Friends! This past Sunday on Geek Devotions we started talking about Suicide prevention week an and the very real issues going on with mental health across the world. On Sunday I gave 5 tips to start helping you improve mental health. Today let’s talk coping skills! Coping skills are one of the best … Continue reading 7 Coping Skills to Deal with Depression – by CoffeeTalk318
When Stan Lee and Steve Ditko created Spider-Man in 1962, they basically took everything that was common about superheroes at the time and turned it upside down. Instead of a Greek-god-bodied, wealthy, well likeable icon of American dreams and dashingly handsome do-gooding, they made a teenager with common problems, and common worries become endowed with … Continue reading A review of T-Man and HyperStrike
Life happens, and that means we all are going to go through trials that sometimes leave us feeling lonely, sad, depressed, anxious, or even fearful. But what do we do?!
We are living in a time frame where the church is highly divided. We’ve allowed petty non-salvation essential doctrinal beliefs to divide us. We’ve allowed those differences to drive a wedge so large that the world looks at the church and ask “Why should we follow the Christ that they preach?” They ask because our bickering and self-righteous behavior tells them that our savior is not as full of grace as we claim.
The fourth and final installment in this series [Red Queen Series] picks up exactly where you need it to. From roughly 10 minutes after your world was shaken.
No matter where you are, take time to notice the people around you. Speak life to them. You may have to be a bit uncomfortable to speak to where they are and in a manner that they understand. Walk in the conviction of Holy Spirit and walk in grace.
This fear of failure and slipping into isolation is certainly no stranger to those of us in Geek Culture, but these emotions are not a novelty to us. Even the most confident or narcissistic people in the world struggle with these thoughts at one time or another. For me, over the years I’ve questioned a lot of things. I’ve often found myself asking…