Welcome to week 3 of our "I heart Japanese Monsters Month!" If you'd like to check out all of our I Heart Japanese Monsters articles/devotionals, click the "I heart Japanese Monster Month logo below. This week's devotional is based on Gamera: Guardian of the Universe. Gamera is a very popular Kaiju series that has, at … Continue reading What’s the Point of Suffering with Christ? – Gamera Devotion | I Heart Japanese Monsters Month
This is a very special episode of our Captain Comic's Log. This week Captain Nostalgia gives us a sneak peek at an upcoming project "Loser/Lover." This particular one is called "Faster Cliff Faster." Follow Captain Nostalgia for more updates for the full album coming October 2019.
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.
Our podcast, Comm Talk by Geek Devotions, continues on through the Superman District into the Superboy (1988) Sector. What did we think of it? Listen and find out! Also, don't forget you can hear this podcast on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, and Stitcher!
Recently Zondervan released the NIV, Starting Place Study Bible. As the name suggests, it’s supposed to be a study Bible to a young (in faith) believer who’s just now starting to really dig into and understand the Word of God. The question should be asked, though, is this a good start for someone?
This week, the news came out that Peter Mayhew has passed away. And the world of geek-dom has lost one of it's beloved Giants. Mr.Mayhew is best known as the man behind our favorite Wookie, but his accomplishments and impact on the world are much farther reaching than that.
Grief is one of those things that we may not be able to predict how we will experience it. Some experience grief with an initial shock factor that leaves them feeling as if they are going through the motions or almost like an out of body experience, while others may feel intense sadness. No two people are exactly alike. However, what is the same is that everyone must process their grief.