Youth Ministry and Gaming Outreach Jonathan Hiley

Video games have become very popular in today's society, but many video game players do not live according to God's Word.
The Bible says in Matthew 28 to "go and make disciples of all nations", not to exclude a group of people you may not agree with.

Hosting video game events at the church can lead to relationships between youth members and non-Christians video game players can help the youth group grow.

Many churches already have youth groups in which sports and other games are present, adding video games would not be much of a challenge.

Many video game players do not follow Christ, but if Christians reach out to them, they can be pointed down the right path.

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