With enough time, even the lowliest of efforts can often prevail against a much stronger force
Tag: The Gospel for Gamers
Mercy vs. Religious Ritual
Do we sometimes just repeat the same actions over and over again?
Life on Rails
Is real life entirely "open-world", or are we kind of on rails?
Just a Few Is All You Need to Get Started
Do you sometimes feel like you're staring at a blank page, trying to come up with things to be thankful for?
Not Knowing the Results
What can cheating in an educational video game teach us about faith?
Taking on Bots
If we knew that we could win battles against evil for the benefit of lost souls, would we be bolder in our actions?
Ode to the Bridge Builder
Sometimes, a canyon is just too big to cross without a good bridge.
What do we do when it seems like we're out of resources in the battle against evil?
You Can’t Make That With Those Ingredients, Part 1
No matter how hard we might try, there are some things that can't be made without the right ingredients.
Voice-acted video games might not know details about who is playing, but we don't have that excuse: each of us knows who we are following.
Not a Match
We can pretend to ignore the rules, but - unless we're in charge - we don't actually get to change them.
Sometimes, We Need to Rebuild
Maybe your life doesn't just need a new coat of paint or some light remodeling. Perhaps it needs some major demolition and rebuilding!
Getting All the Coins
Common sense suggests that we stockpile resources (or at least some money) before going on a trip. Why did Jesus suggest otherwise for his disciples, once?
Wouldn't it be great if we could see waypoint markers in real life?
Do you ever feel like you're just stuck in a series of "random encounters" in life? What if there was a quest that could eliminate them, entirely?
Gankers and Newbs, Part 2
Not every follower of Jesus is at the same place in their journey with Him. How can we find common ground and help others who are also on this path?
Gankers and Newbs, Part 1
Just like in other team activities, we must evaluate whether we are contributing to God's kingdom, or working against other believers.
Sometimes, battling evil requires us to get into the fray and defend the side of good. Usually this isn't a physical battle, but may still result in us getting our hands dirty.
When we have no other choice, a challenging solution may be the only one. However, when a better way is available, it's irrational to not make use of it.
In a video game, it doesn't make sense to go into battle unequipped. Isn't life the same way?