Could it be helpful to play occasionally play games where we are not the hero?
The following article contains spoilers. You have been warned. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier series has been an exhilarating ride. Action, intrigue, and numerous moral dilemmas play out on the screen. There’s even a Christ figure that can point us toward hope in the midst of our current racial, political, and moral divide if […]
Eric shares his story of realizing that he doesn't have to fit into other people's narrow, "Christian" definition of manhood by leaving his nerdy side behind.
Taming Gaming helps frustrated parents navigate video games as well as harness the power of play for their good of their children.
Writer Alicia Bagley reflects on Sam's journey in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and how she journeyed alongside him through the series.
Subtle changes in the way the Netflix series Shadow and Bone told its story makes this series an excellent adaptation.
We label a lot of things that nerds do as "cringe," but there's a frequency and toxicity to this behavior that needs to change.
We play D&D for the same reason we play any game: we play it because it’s fun. And if there is one thing the church of this age desperately needs, it is a robust theology of fun.
In Episode 5 of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, heroes wrestle with the truth of the USA's history with race, bringing pain into the light.
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