Genesis 5020

Stories for His Glory

Building Faith Block by Block by Michael Ross and Christopher Ross June 7, 2017

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 4:53 pm
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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 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 awesome ideas for success in three key areas of your life:

Gameplay—Learn A-to-Z tips and tricks for successful virtual world-building and secrets for online survival.

Real Life—Dragee90 reveals some of his daily struggles and shows how you can overcome your own everyday challenges with God’s help.

Real Faith—Get powerful Scripture verses from the Bible, “cheat codes” you can use to overcome life’s biggest obstacles.

Building faith block by block is easy once you have the right foundation!

My thoughts:

This is a neat book for children who are addicted to Minecraft (my son) and you want them to also build their relationship with Jesus.

I think the authors did a great job of engaging the young reader by bringing them into the Minecraft world and then applying it to the scriptures.

I wanted to read this book hoping my son might want to read it. I think this is something he would enjoy if he will give it a chance. I would encourage parents out there whose children love Minecraft to give this book as a gift and maybe even read it with them.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me through All opinions are my own. 


One Response to “Building Faith Block by Block by Michael Ross and Christopher Ross”

  1. lorsna Says:

    Love the thought behind this! My sons are also addicted to Minecraft, so this book might be a fun way to help them have fun while still getting some gospel knowledge in. Definitely on my tbr pile for them. Thanks!

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