Anytime folks in the Christian community want to talk about culture, and how to harness culture to share and explore God – they cite Mars Hill. A quick google search will show you sermons, videos, and a cavalcade of organizations that claim the name of that rock in Greece. But … Continue reading
We are sans Romo for episode 135, but Daniel and I sort through a bit of an InnRoads news business before we spend a good chunk of time tackling a question that we got from one of the Regulars in the Tavern.
When it comes to using games for outreach or inward growth – which is ‘better’ is the wrong question.
Web site round up for episode 135:
The InnRoads Regulars Extra Life 2016 team page
The bonus content episode where Katie visited Children’s Specialized Hospital.
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An important lesson I learned in seminary is that no one can come to the Bible without bias. He stood before the class and said “I am a white, Anglo-Saxon, male from America. Alone, I can only read [the Bible] as a white, Anglo-Saxon, male from America.” The goal of that statement was … Continue reading
There have been two points in my history that have defined my personal philosophy of evangelism. Oddly enough – they don’t involve studying under great evangelists or being mentored by great men and women of God. They include a conversation with a friend of mine who still struggles with putting … Continue reading
The gaming market is going at such an intense pace that it seems like hundreds, if not thousands, of new titles are hitting the shelves every day. This sort of environment is both a boon and a danger. Game designers are striving harder than ever to design THE game. The … Continue reading
Take a moment and imagine the following scenario . . . You find yourself in a game of Settlers of Catan. The game has been going for several rounds now, and many of the players are within striking distance of getting their final victory point. You are confident that the … Continue reading