3 Ways to Hear God’s Voice | God’s Gamers


Originally posted on God’s Gamers Are you a good listener? We all love to talk, but most of us don’t like listening. The reason for that is that we all want to share our thoughts! That’s OK since we were made for community. It’s unnatural for people to be alone (Genesis 2:18), so we are […]

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The Vine And The Branch In The Unfinished Swan


Would you play a game where you could paint every corner of the world you’re exploring? What if while you are painting, your mission is to chase an exceptionally large swan without fully knowing why? Well, all that and more is part of the experience that is Unfinished Swan, an indie game by developer Giant Sparrow. […]

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5 Excuses Christians Use to Sin


Via Geeks Under Grace – 5 Excuses Christians Use to Sin   *Click to read more!* I was not raised a Christian, nor was my family (they still are not to this day). Not knowing the Christian “lingo,” mannerisms, music or sub-culture made me an anomaly when I was in church or around other Christians. Obviously, […]

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Gaming with God: The Origin Of Our Depravity


Via Gaming with God: The Origin Of Our Depravity *Click the link to read more!* ave reached the conclusion of Tales of Xillia 2, and what an ending it was! There are actually three endings: a bad one that can be seen before entering the final area, The Land of Canaan, or the last choice that you […]

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Choose Your Family: Gospel Symbolism In Fire Emblem Fates


*Thanks go to Neighborhoodotaku over at Christian Anime Reviews for this guest post. If you or someone you know would like to submit a piece here at Gaming And God, be sure to email me.* *There are miner spoilers to Fire Emblem Fates in this article* In Fire Emblem Fates (Birthright, Conquest, and Revelation), you play as […]

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The Supernatural Power Of God Or Satan? – Geeks Under Grace


via The Supernatural Power Of God Or Satan? – Geeks Under Grace People are fascinated by the bible, God and all that pertains to Christianity for one reason only, the supernatural. We love to read about Moses parting the Red Sea, angels, the sick being healed and people being set free from demons. We look […]

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