Melanie Dickerson brings us another great reimagining of the classic tale. This time it's the story of Mulan. Mulan knows that she should marry, cook, and have children rather than wage war. Can she surpass these insurmountable odds, stay alive, save her mother, and keep the secret from the handsome son of a duke?
This past week, legendary comic book creator Stan Lee passed away. since his passing, there's been a lot of questions asked, a lot of tears, a lot of conversations. This week on Geek Devotions, Dallas shares his perspective on this event. How did Dallas process this as a geek and a pastor?
For the final episode of our Dystopian Devotional month, we take a look at V For Vendetta. Both the movie and the book carry a lot of themes that can be discussed, but this week Dallas takes a look at the subject of pain and heartache and how out of it... there can be some good.
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 we take a look at The Gifted Season 2's premiere and ask the question, "Is it worth watching?"
As a follower of Jesus, we must live our lives in a way that reflects the effect of Christ’s supremacy in our lives. The best way of doing this is to do the very best we can in whatever situation we are in. The purpose of doing this not just so that we can carry the title of “Christian” but so that we can be an example of those around us who do not know Christ.
This week on Geek Devotions Celeste takes a look at CW's 4 part crossover called Crisis on Earth X! She also tackles a particular question that many people find themselves asking, "What If?" We often find ourselves asking that question after a major tragedy or mistake has taken place. Sometimes we wonder if God can even do anything good through the situation. So how do you deal with the big "What if" questions?