Gaming with Purpose: The Reformed Gamers


Video games have been apart of my life for as long as I can remember. Growing up in the ‘90s, I was raised on the NES and my best friends were Mario and Luigi. Gaming appealed to me in such a visceral way because I was the one making the long jumps, beating the bad […]

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Gaming With Purpose: Hope, Play, 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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My New Column, Gaming With Purpose


Part of my vision for this blog has always been for it to be a place where other gamers whether they are Christian or not, can find resources and community around our beloved recreation. My previous column, Gamer’s Journal, is a pleasure to write since it gives me an outlet to express my words outside of […]

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Gamer’s Journal: My Personal Thank You To Geeks Under Grace


I was recently contacted by one of the main editors over at Geeks Under Grace to write a little something on my previous time as a writer for them, in honor of their five year anniversary. This inspired me to make a sort of *best of GUG* post of my own articles while I was […]

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Gamer’s Journal: 2019 Goals For Gaming and God


Happy new year! It’s a brand new year that God has given us, and I am more than excited to experience and get through another chapter of my life. 2018 for me was not a bad year, instead, one where I saw a lot of work accomplished. They were mostly personal, but that’s why I […]

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Gamer Journal: Why And How I Write


This blog his been an extension of my writing of mine for the past 3 years or so. I don’t remember the day that I decided to start it, but I do remember that I wanted to write my thoughts on faith and video game somehow. It wasn’t something of a big deal, yet I […]

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Personal Convictions And Video Games


This is a story I have heard more than once, both online and off. Someone approaches someone else and tells them their opinion and how the other person is wrong. Instead of just sharing their thoughts, it turns into a who is right or wrong scenario. This happens a lot in churches or Christian gatherings, from […]

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