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Christian Gaming Is Going Strong

 

 

Cordova, TN; October 9, in the year of our Lord 2013--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games boldly proclaims that Christian Gaming Is Going Strong. The CGDC 2013 Conference was held in Portland, Oregon on July 11th through July 13th in the year of our Lord 2013. Isaiah 43:19 “For I am about to do something new. See I have already begun! Do you not see it?” headlines the front cover of the Program Guide. Family Friendly Gaming was not able to attend this year. We were provided a copy of the Program Guide and decided to do a write up from that, and other information we were provided.

The secular gaming world recently figured out that video games can be used to teach. This is something Christian Game Developers have known for decades. Video games have become bigger than movies, and books. Many gamers are not even aware of the teachings they are inhaling while they play their favorite games for countless hours every single year. This is the perfect opportunity to teach them: “Christ's love, God's wisdom, and the Spirit's power to effect real soul healing change in our lives. God can use this industry to save souls.”

From everything I have seen and heard the CGDC 2013 was another wonderful conference. There were some big names at the conference. People like Seth Crofton, Peter Churness, Benjamin Chhoa, Matthew Abts, Paul Gratton, Thomas Henshell, Laurene Wells, Jii, James Marantette, and Kingsley Stephens. The event was packed with seminars and discussions at Concordia University. There were also workshops, fellowship, and food. A variety of resources are also listed for the Christian game developers. If you are a Christian and a game developer (or would like to become a Christian game developer) then you should check out the CGDC next year.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

 

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