My Passion: Reflecting Jesus

Marcus Fant

Catalog of Little Choice

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Looking beyond hardware and graphics.

Autumn Button-Mashing

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Gaming is not an end unto itself.

$tewardship of Gaming

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Counting the cost of what it takes to play digital games.

Virtual & Spiritual Reality

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Even within virtual reality, belonging to Jesus means he’s present to love, guide and satisfy us.


I heard a statement that changed my perspective on life forever — All of us share what we enjoy. I'd been gaming for as far back in my memory as I can think of. But as I thought of the various content I'd consumed over the years, I soon realized that it didn't help me live.

I think this way because of Christ Jesus. His purpose can be summed up as this: Repent, for the Kingdom of God has arrived! This Kingdom holds the value of God and neighbor in the highest esteem. This Kingdom challenges what we think we know about life and what we enjoy and how that reveals the quality of the heart. I find him most precious, so when I thought about what I played, the two didn't match.

The fun and escape that held my attention lost its strength. Life is worth living in love. So I traded in my kill-streaks of war, combos of embarrassingly-dressed females and self at the center of life to spend my time savoring another glory: God's glory.

What follows next are articles that, hopefully, reveal how relevant God is for our lives and how following him doesn't diminish our humanity; rather trusting God really unlocks it.


That's what GAMeTILLDAWN means.

Love God

Love Neighbor