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Interview with Sam Healey of The Dice Tower

You weren’t always a board game reviewer; can you tell us a little about yourself and what your involvement in ministry has looked like over the years? Well, I graduated from Pensacola Christian College (PCC) in December 2001, and by… Continue Reading →

Unauthorized

Unauthorized is a 20-30 minute social deduction game by Chara Games for 6-12 players. It is themed around the underground church in a totalitarian state. Each person will get a role card. There will be at least 1 police, 1… Continue Reading →

Other Geek Ministries/Groups

A Chat With Matt and Jen Percy

Matt and Jen are two people who I’ve been blessed to know as friends for much of my life-God has used them both to shape and inspire me.

Gathering Around The Table

The act of sitting down at a table together is an act of fellowship.   Sharing tablespace together naturally creates a feeling of community.

We need your help to take the next steps.

We are using our passion and our hobby for the glory of God. We use board games to strengthen communities, and build bridges between generations, ideals, and cultures to bring people together.

Gamechurch Academy

Academy West is coming this fall, Oct. 20-22, at the Gamechurch World HQ in Ventura, CA.

The Gaming Table as a Ministry

I sat down and wanted to hammer out a quick note on the importance of gaming. How it can be a great ministry opportunity if one were so inclined.

Commissioned Review

Commissioned is the first game by publisher Chara Games and designer Pat Lysaght. As a cooperative game players work together as early christian apostles to grow the church across the ancient world.

Interview with Innroads Ministries' Mike Perna

we work with church and neighborhood leaders to help create events, provide materials, and train leaders to help them use tabletop games to help build powerful, meaningful relationships that share the love of God in their communities.

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