Treasure Chest December 2015: Geeky Fruit of the Spirit, Best of 2015, and Han Solo Believes the Force

Thanks for checking out the month of December, 2015´s Treasure ChestLast month was my first time introducing this new column to Geeks Under Grace, and it has received much more exposure than it did previously on my own blog. I hope you had a great Christmas and New Year. Well, let’s get right to the juicy content!horizontal-divider


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    [DeviantArtShort interview with a talented Christian artist who goes by the name of Keiko Kup. Check her stuff out. You will be impressed!
  • [Geekdom House] A story of redemption from the anime Hunter x Hunter.
  • [Beneath The Tangles] TWWK, the creator of the largest Christian anime blog, has resigned and passed the torch to new administration. Here’s looking forward to the new year for Beneath The Tangles!
  • [Beneath The Tangles] The Best Anime of 2015 from many of the writers. Which ones have you missed out on? I know I need to catch up…



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  • [Geekdom House] The best of Area of Effect (the magazine of Geekdom House) in 2015! Great stuff here.
  • [Geeks Under Grace] A Christian perspective on a popular Star Wars character, Han Solo.
  • [Geeks Under Grace] Was Star Wars an act of Providence? Who knows, but read this writer’s take on it.
  • [Geeks Under Grace] Have you ever considered that the Fruit of the Spirit in the Bible could be applied to popular characters? Find out how, and which of your favorites made the cut.
  • [Faith Today] An up-and-coming Christian geek ministry was reviewed in a magazine, and we get a front row seat to one of their outreach nights.



I hope you enjoyed this month’s Treasure Chest! If you know of an article that should be featured, please leave the link below or message me @ GamingandGod. God bless you, and keep on geeking out!

Michael M.

Michael is a child of God, husband, teacher, business owner, anime lover and a life long gamer. When not conquering distant world's via console, he can be found reading, watching anime or Netflix, writing, or just enjoying life as a geek in the city of Miami. He aspires to travel to Japan and possibly...never leave.

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