Welcome to week 3 of Dystopian Devotionals Month! This week Celeste and Dallas watched Equilibrium. The promise of the movie (world peace is obtained by the suppression of emotions) led Celeste to the following conclusion; we really do need emotions. Specifically, however, we need Love. What does it look like? How do we live it out? Check out today's episode and find out!
Welcome to Week 2 of Geek Devotions' Dystopian Month! This week we look at anime version of Osamu Tezuka's Metropolis! In this dystopian society, Duke Red had set himself on a path to be the ruler of the world, but has he neglected his duties as a father? Even a spiritual father to young Rock? What do the scriptures say about the responsibilities of a father? Find out!
Welcome to the beginning of our Dystopian Devotional Series! This week Celeste takes a look at the Divergent series for this devotion. In this dystopia, people are separated into factions, each of which has a different personality. Those who express all of them are considered divergent. Similarly, the fruit of the Spirit carries different aspects however we as Christians are not called to express just one or two of them, we are called to express them all.
This week special guest Paeter Frandsen, of Christian Geek Central, takes time to talk about a very practical thing, "how can we as Christian Geeks, determine what kind of content is ok to take in?"
This week on Geek Devotions, Dallas talks about his love for Pokemon and his love for spreading the Gospel. We ask a pretty serious question... where do we go to spread the gospel?
This past week the Russo Brothers uploaded a cryptic message saying "look hard" This, of course, has set off a flurry of fan theorist to try and figure out what their message means. They have become hungry to discover the truth and the last impact. This week on Geek Devotions Dallas challenges us to take … Continue reading How to Find Answers in The Bible
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.