The Church of Minecraft

‘Games like Minecraft give people a project to work on, a consuming passion, and a sense of community and col­laboration. When immersion in the game world becomes a more attractive option than real life, the Church needs to take note. Jane McGonigal famously said that in the gam­ing world, players can become “super-empowered, hopeful individuals.” That should be our vision for the Church.’  

Martin Saunders in Premier Christianity

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