Church Attitudes towards New Believers like Kat Von D: Prioritizing Grace & Understanding

This week on Geek Devotions, we dive into the impactful journey of Kat Von D, the gothic tattoo artist, as she embraces Christianity. We explore the varied responses she received from both the church and her community, emphasizing the crucial importance of our collective response to individuals experiencing profound shifts in their faith. Delving into the complexities of her story, we highlight the need for empathy, understanding, and unwavering grace towards those, like Kat, who choose to follow Christ. This video passionately challenges the church to reassess its reactions to new believers, urging for a compassionate and supportive environment that fosters growth rather than judgment. It's a compelling call to prioritize kindness, patience, and a welcoming spirit when witnessing the remarkable journey of individuals finding solace and faith in their lives.

Strange Need for Discipleship | Dr. Strange Devotional feat. The Rushmore Show

Today on Geek Devotions Celeste takes a look at Marvel's "The Strange Academy" and talks about the need for discipleship! This is a special episode as it is a segment from a recent episode of  The Rushmore Show  where Celeste and Dallas had the opportunity to talk about their top 4 favorite Marvel Characters.

The Importance Of Making Disciples Correctly – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Devotion

For our final round of Summer Serials, we are watching the original 1990's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies. Today Celeste takes a look at Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) and points out the differences between Master Splinter and Shredder. Who is a better example of making disciples?

How to Properly Disciple People? [ Geek Devotion from Empire Strikes Back ]

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!