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.
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?!
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 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.
This week on Geek Devotions Celeste takes a look at CW's 4 part crossover called Crisis on Earth X! She also tackles a particular question that many people find themselves asking, "What If?" We often find ourselves asking that question after a major tragedy or mistake has taken place. Sometimes we wonder if God can even do anything good through the situation. So how do you deal with the big "What if" questions?
This week on Geek Devotions we take a look at HBO's Fahrenheit 451 and discuss the importance of passing on your history. In the movie, the people lost their history and became a dictatorship for anyone who wished to remember, but what's the danger if Christians forget their History.
This week on Geek Devotions Celeste travels down the rabbit hole as we talk Alice in Wonderland and ask the question, "Where do you find your identity?"