For this month's series in our Summer Serial Event, we are looking at the Jurassic Park Franchise! This week Dallas and Celeste talk about the very first Jurassic Park from 1993 and reflect on the impact that we all have on others.
Today on Geek Devotions special guest Colby Bryant of Geeks Under Grace takes a look at Star Wars and the Church. There's a lot of great aspects of the different movies from Star Wars. At the same time, there's a lot of things that people can and do dislike. Similarly, there's a lot of great things about the different types of churches in the worlds and a lot of things people don't like. How do we navigate this? How do we find a proper church? What do we do when we come across people who can't seem to find a church?
This week on our podcast, Comm Talk by Geek Devotions, we are talking about Star Wars. We are specifically asking the question, "Why do people like Star Wars? On the second half of the podcast we do a little man on the street discussion about Star Wars and we give the results from our caption contest.
For week 3 of our Summer Serials Event, we take a look at Star Wars Episode 6, Return of the Jedi! A favorite of ours that contains a fascinating scene. A scene that shows the power of a story. Stories can divide and unite people. The best stories, however, are stories that are shared. Problem is, not everyone realizes that they can have a great story too.
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!