Biblically speaking, not everyone is qualified to serve on a church board. The Biblical books of Acts and I Timothy lay out the necessary qualifications for service. Maintaining the Christian lifestyle required by the Scriptures is becoming increasingly difficult in light of an increasingly unchurched culture. However, the power of Jesus is more than enough … Continue reading Serving on a Church Board
The Star Wars story, written by the great George Lucas, is full of cause and effect events. One such event appears so minor it is often overlooked as a pivotal moment, yet I believe this event carries the future of the Rebel Alliance.
JRR Tolkien's great work, The Lord of the Rings, meets all the requirements for each of the four types of fiction.
Roleplaying games now have a long history, dating back to the early 1970s, when Gary Gygax created the first- Dungeons and Dragons. Since that moment of inception, available or interested players in any given geographic area have sometimes been limited. This situation has led numerous GMs (Game Masters) to accept the role of running … Continue reading GMs Guide to the Run-for-One
Having played and gamemastered D&D for over 25 years, under three different editions of the game, I've noticed the unfilled niche for an elementalist class. Well, here it is.
World building for a fictional setting is both time consuming and thought consuming. The many considerations are essential for a consistent secondary world and believable storytelling, but the result will be worth the effort, for both players and gamemasters.