This week on Geek Devotions, Dallas and Celeste take a look at Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze and talk about Raphael's biggest issue, Pride. Pride is a dangerous thing and cause more issues than you may think.
For our final round of Summer Serials, we are watching the original 1990's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies. Today Celeste takes a look at Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) and points out the differences between Master Splinter and Shredder. Who is a better example of making disciples?
Special guests Comic Talk616 take over Geek Devotions this week to finish up our Jurassic Park leg of our Summer Serial Event! This week the gang takes a look at Blue in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Blue's story is tragic and he had to overcome a lot of obstacles in life, yet she is still a hero in this film. Similarly, many people go through a lot of obstacles in life and some have a pretty shady past, but are they still worthy of being used for God's Glory? Check out this episode and find out!
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.
This week on Geek Devotions, we take a pause from our Summer Serial Event to talk about something interesting. Angry Christians... In the midst of media attacks from media outlets, it's easy for Christians to become frustrated and angry at situations and people. But are they really helping the kingdom of God?
In this episode, we talk about the brotherly relationship between Grey and Zach, and how we have someone who is closer than a brother.
A special live episode of Geek Devotions where we talk about the awkwardness about Good Intentions found in Jurassic Park 3. Have you done something you thought was a good idea only to realize it wasn't? How do we avoid that?