This week for Geek Devotions... Dallas and Celeste are sick as our friend Josh over at Victims and Villains has stepped in to help us out! This week he takes a look at an issue of "Birds of Prey" and talks about who we are supposed to love and domestic violence.
For this week's Extra Tuesday, Francisco and Paul of Retro Rewind Podcast take over! They are taking 'time' to review "Back to the Future: Dickens of a Christmas!" Did they rate it as a classic, a nostalgic, or tragic Christmas special? Watch and find out!
As we recover from our Thanksgiving Turkey Coma, our friends from Geeky Guys for God OC step in to bring you this week's devotional. This week they take a look at two particular individuals who had a lot of similarities but responded in very different ways to Jesus. One is the Rich Young Ruler, and the other is Zacchaeus. What makes these two's responses so different?
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 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.
For our season finale special guest Francisco Ruiz has taken over the channel! Wrapping up our Summer Serial Event Francisco takes time to share his memories about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 and then shares the importance of remembering where God has brought you and how He brought you through. This week, loosely bouncing off … Continue reading Why We Should Have Memorials- Feat Francisco Ruiz of Retro Rewind Podcast
This week's episode of our podcast, Comm Talk by Geek Devotions, our Impossibility Drive brings Consuming Fire Gaming to our comms! This week we talk about navigating the gaming culture and family. How do you decide what to play and not to play? How do you make the right decisions for your family?