Mark Lutz (of Lux Digital Church) brings a devotional out of Exodus that focuses on our need to care for our Mental Health.
Timothy G. Huguenin is a hillbilly writer of the strange and spooky, living in the dark Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. He is the author of the books Little One, When the Watcher Shakes, and Unknowing, I Sink. His short stories have appeared in various publications including Vastarien, Cosmic Horror Monthly, and The Saturday Evening Post.
The Church Nerds return, starting a new rhythm for the show. And what better topic than rhythm itself. Bubba & Anna look at video games that follow a daytime/nighttime rhythm or make aspects of the game limited time offerings, and the FOMO games like that can cause. Then, we look at how church's do the same thing with their events calendars. How can we find balance?
Amanda Sims shares with us one of her favorite Bible verses and how context changes things.
In times of uncertainty and despair, we often look for sources of inspiration and motivation to keep us going. Movies, video games, and other forms of entertainment can provide us with stories of hope, passion, and perseverance that can lift our spirits and inspire us to overcome our challenges. And sometimes, simply cracking open the Bible is more than enough to bring us a direct line of hope into our lives. In truth, there is at least a small message of hope in most of our Reflections and many of a our podcasts, but for this list, we have compiled all of our hope-specific content.
Hector welcomes Richard Cutright - indie Christian rapper, host of "Making the Cut" at Rapzilla, and comic book nerd. He'll share about his career, his faith, and the state of Christian Hip Hop.
Jamie Harris from Satellite Gaming shares a story from Mark to inspire us to share the Good News, no matter our level of training or resources.
Hector Miray shares a message out of Philippians that inspires him to pray for people he knows, specifically for better in their lives. He'll show us how praying blessings over others should be a spiritual habit.
The first NCMS was held in November of 2023, in Marble Falls, TX, featuring expert speakers who are deeply versed in nerd culture, drawing on countless stories, wisdom, and experiences to breathe encouragement into pop-culture loving communities of believers.
Relive the most watched, read, and listened to content and resources from Love Thy Nerd in 2023.