Join Alvin and Bret Chapman as they take your questions from parents about online gaming and kids.
Join Alvin and Bret Chapman as they discuss your questions about how your youth ministry could minister in an online gaming environment.
In the past two weeks we have launched 2 pre-recorded webinars about esports: one for youth leaders and one for parents (both can still be viewed at cboqyouth.ca/esports). Engaging in the digital space is an important topic for both parents and churches as it’s a main form of communication and interaction in our world, especially for young people. Digital space is reality; it’s not virtual or make-believe. We hope both webinars continue to be helpful resources for churches to use. We encourage
As the pandemic continues, many of our youth are engulfed in gaming both as players and spectators. Esports (which is a competition using video games usually with spectators) has grown into its own industry. According to Business Insider, it will likely surpass $1B in revenue this year. As one person who’s immersed in the esports world, I see this as a digital mission field. Some youth leaders are more familiar with esports; some may already be involved in it. Here are some suggested