Over the Garden Wall illustrates how hope is an integral part of the human experience.
Final Fantasy XIII illustrates the redemptive impact one act of repentance can have upon a broken world.
Andrew Crawford reflects on how battling monsters in Dauntless mirrors the battle many of us face daily with our own minds.
Despite what you might have heard in church, echoes of the gospel can found in video games, Dungeons & Dragons, anime, comics, and board games.
Listening to the new audio drama, McGillicuddy and the Murderer's Pawn Shop challenges us to refuse to accept our brokenness as the status quo.
So often we ignore, isolate, and make our family feel irredeemable. But family, blood or found, should always be the people that the wounded can come home to.
As we enter the season of Christmas, the Love Thy Nerd writers want to share moments from nerd culture that resonate with them and reflect the weeks of the Advent calendar. Week One – Hope – Prophet’s Candle Kingdom Death: Monster – Madeline Turnipseed The Children of Israel were scattered, conquered, enslaved, and subject to […]
Kingdom Death Monster has Madeline thinking about the light that shines in the darkness.
Filip Miucin's plagiarism has caused a lot of hurt, but should we desire for an end to his career in games journalism?
The difficult yet wondrous world of Hyrule challenges players to hope for a better world and maybe even find creative solutions to problems in the present.