Improve Your Game, Build Your Faith Decisions, decisions. In both the virtual world and the real world, you have to make a bunch of choices. Mess up in the virtual world of Minecraft and you can always start...
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Improve Your Game, Build Your Faith
Decisions, decisions. In both the virtual world and the real world, you have to make a bunch of choices. Mess up in the virtual world of Minecraft and you can always start over. But in the real world, where the decisions you make have real consequences, both good and bad, it's not that simple.
Where can you go for help? Is there a gamer's guide for living? Yes, it's called the Bible-and God created it to help you win!
Join gamer Dragee90 as he shares daily devotions packed with secrets to success in two key areas of your life:
Gameplay-Learn A-to-Z tips and tricks for virtual world-building and secrets and online survival in the game of Minecraft. Real Life-Dragee90 reveals some of his own daily struggles and gives you powerful Scripture verses from the Bible you can use to overcome life's biggest obstacles.
Building faith block by block is easy when you start with the right foundation!
Michael Ross is an award-winning journalist and the author, co-author, and collaborator of more than 32 books for Christian families, including the Gold Medallion winner BOOM: A Guy's Guide to Growing Up (Tyndale), and a bestselling parenting guide What Your Son Isn't Telling You (Bethany House). Michael is the former editor of Breakaway, a national magazine for teen guys published by Focus on the Family. Today, he oversees Back to the Bible's book publishing efforts. He and his wife Tiffany live in Lincoln, Nebraska, with their son Christopher.
Christopher D. Ross gained his M.A. in English from the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College, and his B.A. from Denison University. He has taught high school English for the past fourteen years in Charlottesville, Virginia, and will soon be teaching American literature to 11th graders in Harlem, New York. This is his first published book.