Growing up culture treated video games as a youth only past-time. Over 30 years later I think it’s safe to say our generation bucked the stereotype. The industry knows this: marketing games to 30-40 year olds. It has become a multi-generational past-time. They are everywhere. My iWhatever has video game apps. There is a long “strip” of road, with bright lights in my city where you can pay to play video games.
As a parent, trying to disciple my children, I have to navigate them. I know people who love to play video games. They’re godly people; I know they’re disciplined; and not consumed by them.… Continue reading