Hope for Today, Strength for Tomorrow


This is a collaborative post with Hope, Play, Love which is run by Andrea which is one of our wonderful staff writers. Check out her blog as well 🙂 “For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a […]

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A Look at the History of Video Games (20th century – 1983)


Last year at my local comic book store, I purchased a book that had caught my eye. It was titled The Comic Book Story of Video Games. I was intrigued…could this book really explain the origins of one of the biggest and hottest industries out there, and do it in such a visual manner? It […]

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Music Spotlight: Nobuo Uematsu


We hope that eventually there would be an occasion which I can personally prove that game music can in fact impress many different people and move them. Nobuo Uematsu Video game composers are becoming more and more recognized for their craft. The evolution of music in this industry has been extraordinary, and many talented names […]

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New Year Resolutions for Gamers and Beyond


A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. So just take it step by step. WAKA (OKAMI), 2006 As we transition from the holiday season back to normal, many of us choose resolutions to work towards completion for the new year. Some people wish to lose weight or change their habits to […]

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Gaming With Purpose: Hope, Pray, Love


Welcome to the first edition of Gaming With Purpose, my new column where I highlight fellow gamers who are sharing their faith in one form or another. To start us off, we have Andrea who has submitted several guest posts already. She shares her personal story on how she came to know Christ and how […]

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That Dragon, Cancer: An Essay On The Importance Of Grief


This post was written by Andrea who can be found here on Twitter or via her new blog, Hope, Play, and Love. She’s a Dyslexia teacher and an aspiring writer/storyteller who likes to look for everyday joys that God provides, whether that’s in the realm of media, or outside of it.  Imagine, if you will, […]

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Learning To Rest In Creation While Playing Eastshade


“The object of art is not to reproduce reality, but to create a reality of the same intensity.” Alberto Giacometti This post was written by Andrea who can be found here on Twitter or via her new blog, Hope, Play, and Love. She’s a Dyslexia teacher and an aspiring writer/storyteller who likes to look for […]

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