For week 2 of our Summer Serial event, Dallas and Celeste take a look at Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Episode 5) specifically they look that epic scene where Yoda finally shows Luke what The Force can really do. The problem that Luke was running into was that he'd only heard stories about the force. No one had ever shown him what it really could do. We have an issue today with a generation that wants to do something amazing for God because of the stories they've been told, but no one has ever shown them how to do it or even what it really looks like. This is really a discussion that boils down to one word... Discipleship. The hard lesson people have to learn is Don't tell people, show people. Give us your thoughts on today's subject in the comments and also don't forget to answer our question of the Day!
Welcome to the very first week of Summer Serials! This week Celeste takes a look at one of the more awkward Father Daughter scenes from Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope and uses it to discuss a pretty intense topic; persecution. How do we handle persecution of the church? Why is there persecution? What do we do, if we've failed in the face of persecution?
For the final episode of Anime April, we take a look at Violet Evergarden and discuss 3 ways to show someone you love them! If you haven't seen the series yet, don't worry there won't be any spoilers in this episode but you should check out the series on Netflix!
What's the point of life? Where does your purpose come from? in Your Lie in April, known in Japan as Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso (四月は君の嘘), piano prodigy Kōsei Arima is on a journey to discover the purpose of his passion for music. It's a great emotional series that special guest Sierra Hall of The Healing Place School of Ministry uses to take on a pretty serious topic.
This week on Geek Devotions, special guest Robbie of The Healing Place School of Ministry continues our theme of Anime April with a great devotion coming from Katsuhiro Otomo 2004 "Steamboy" The film is centered around one small thing that can build and destroy. We also have something small that can build and destroy and it is important that we learn to control it. But how do we do it?
Welcome to the first devotion for Anime April here at Geek Devotions. This week, special guest Christi of The Healing Place School of Ministry takes a look at the 2009 Astro Boy! Christi takes a look at the relationship between Toby and his father Dr. Tenma.
This week on Geek Devotions we talk about the anxiety of waiting for the perfect piece in Tetris to fall into the Perfect place and how it relates to us waiting on God to bring the right piece in our lives at the right time.