Thy Geekdom Come: 42 Fandom-Inspired Devotionals


If you’re a geek and a Christian, we’ve got you covered.

Do you dream of dragons, understand Klingon, or consider Pocky your favourite snack? Do you wish there was a book that mashed your faith and fandom together? Delving into the worlds of superheroes, science fiction, anime, fantasy, and video games, Thy Geekdom Come—written by a group of authors and pastors from a variety of Christian backgrounds—relates these tales to an almighty, loving God who is ever present in our beloved franchises. From Doctor Who to The Lord of the Rings, stories impact our lives and can point the way to what is holy if we dare to look.

Writers who contributed to this anthology: Allison Alexander, Matt Civico, Casey L. Covel, Kevin Cummings, Caitlin Eha, Victoria Grace Howell, Kyle Rudge, Charles Sadnick, Dustin Schellenberg, Jen Schlameuss


978-1-989423-02-8 (softcover)
978-1-989423-03-5 (ebook)
978-1-989423-06-6 (large print softcover)

Mythos & Ink

May 25, 2019


5.06″ x 7.81″, 5.5″ x 8.5″ (large print)


"Rich with cautionary tales, lofty ideals, and unexpected heroes, pop culture's stories reach us in ways no lecture could. THY GEEKDOM COME examines some of the most powerful and beloved narratives of geek culture and connects them to God's redemption story. This devotional delights the heart, stimulates the imagination, and edifies the soul."
"At last—a devotional that speaks to geeks! Not only can I relate to this devotional, I'm moved and inspired."
"Thy Geekdom Come challenges our perspective to help us love God and those around us in a deeper way. It's a great read with wonderful insights."
"If we believe the redemption story found in the Bible is the greatest story ever told, we should expect to find echoes of it in pop culture. Thy Geekdom Come opens readers' eyes to how the geeky things they are already watching, reading, and playing relate to the good news Jesus came to announce."
"Brimming with enthusiasm for both Scripture and various corners of pop culture, Thy Geekdom Come offers encouraging, inventive ways to spend time with God's word. Who says morning devotions can't include a little Mass Effect and Miyazaki?"