As we continue "Who Dunn It Month" Celeste takes a look the movie, Knives Out. Here the main character finds herself in terrible situation where she is being manipulated into believing she has killed her Boss. With the stress building she struggles to see the truth. In our own lives, we may find ourselves in a terrible situation where the enemy may use our very friends make things worse than they really are. We may find ourselves struggling to trust in the voice of God over our very friends....
This week on Geek Devotions, Dallas takes a look at DC Comic's, Superman Red Son. Red Son comes from their Elseworlds line where Superman lands in Russia instead of Kansas. Does the man of steel's upbringing affect who he is? Does your upbringing have to affect who you are? Join us today and find out!
Go into any Christian Book store, any book rack at a pharmacy, or any book section at a local grocery store; and you’ll find tons of different devotionals geared towards different groups of individuals. You’ll find devotionals for outdoorsmen, teens, mothers, hazel-eyed / club-footed / caffeine-addicted / dudes in their mid 30’s… wait, I still haven’t seen that one yet… The point is there are devotionals for almost all groups, but what’s rare is finding one designed for superhero/comic book geeks. Scott Bayles has joined the ranks of those attempting to fill the gap with his new 40 Day devotional, “The Holy Heroes Devotional.”
The latest devotional from Nathan Marchand and Eric Anderson has released, and it is full of geekiness and godliness. The chapters in the form of daily devotions are numbered from 1-42, and they cover everything from Justice league, Cain and Abel, to the passing of Stan Lee. We here at Geek devotions love to see the things in Geek culture that will point you back to God and Eric and Nathan do an excellent job of doing just that.
This week for our Gotham City Gospel series, The Healing Place School of Ministry take a look at the animated film, Batman: Under The Red Hood and the one word that separate the Dark Knight and his Prodigal son, Red Hood. That word is... Mercy.