Gamechurch Podcast #7: Videogame Journalist Patrick Stafford & the State of Christian Games

We talked to Patrick Stafford about the state of Christian Games.

Written by Richard Clark / Published on August 29, 2014

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The Gamechurch Podcast is a podcast dedicated to having open and honest conversations about games, life, and belief hosted by our editor-in-chief, Drew Dixon and managing editor, Richard Clark.

Every week we invite a special guest to talk with us about life, games, and belief. This week, we talk to videogame journalist for Polygon, The Atlantic, Edge, Kotaku, Eurogamer (and the author of this definitive piece, Higher calling: The new gospel of Christian games) about his experience as a Christian doing game journalism, as well as the ongoing state of Christian videogame development. You can follow Patrick on Twitter.

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About the Author:

Richard Clark is director of editorial development for CT Pastors and Preaching Today, a co-founder of Christ and Pop Culture, and has written for Unwinnable and Kill Screen. He can be followed on twitter @TheRichardClark.