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Comm Talk an extension of the YouTube channel Geek Devotions which is a show by a couple of devoted geeks devoted to letting people know that they are loved. Comm Talk is a series of podcasts where geeks gather to share their passion for different geeky things freely.

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This year has been challenging for many, but can any good be found in it? This week on Comm Talk, Dallas and Celeste sit down to talk about the challenges from the year, how they dealt with the stresses of the year, and some victories from 2020!

Time Stamps

00:00 – Stinger
00:38 – Intro
1:53 – One of the Best Parts of our Year
3:03 – Challenges and Opportunities found in 2020
8:52 – Biggest Challenge of the year
19:38 – Promo for Playing Games With Strangers
21:19 – How we dealt with the stress of the Year.
36:00 – Growth in Geek Devotions
42:19 – One thing we were happy about happening in 2020
47:52 – Challenge – What’s one thing you’re thankful for that happened this past year?

Playing Games with Strangers: https://playinggameswithstrangers.com/ 

Theme Song: “Smile” by DJ Lebreno = https://soundcloud.com/lebreno Used with the Express Permission of DJ Lebreno

We want to give a very special thank you to the Devoted Patreon Geeks who help to support Geek Devotions on a monthly basis:
Francisco Ruiz
Adam Arciniega
Cody McGurk
Erin Straus
Andrew Markham
Paul Turner
Jacob Russel
Mike Alderman
Nathan Marchand
The Dapper Man
Dale White
Ashley Kronenbitter
Scott Minor
Michael Joseph Manacci

If you’d like to become a Devoted Patreon Geek or learn more about the benefits of becoming one, click the link below;
https://www.patreon.com/GeekDevotions

You can do a one time gift via PayPal here
https://www.paypal.me/geekdevotions

Check out our Devoted Geek Apparel: https://www.revivalsigns.org/geek-devotions 

Visit our Website: http://www.geekdevotions.com

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For this episode of Comm Talk By Geek Devotions; we are introducing a new segment called Primitive Rhythm Machine. This new monthly instalment features our dear friends John Harju and Stephen MacDonald who aim to educate you Devoted Geeks about really good Christian music and how to use discernment about what we as Christians listen to. In this episode, we have a loose introduction of Steve and John and their thoughts on music in general. They also take some time to talk about how they hope the show will go and assign listening homework for each other, and you.

Time Code:

0:00 Show Intro
1:00 Meet John and Stephen
6:00 What on earth is happening here?
7:40 What’s the Intentions of PRM?
10:12 How do John and Stephen interact with secular music?
23:42 What is Stephen’s musical taste?
28:43 What caused a shift in Christian Music?
33:15 Was there a band or album that opened Stephen’s eyes to “alternative” Christian music?
42:26 John’s musical tastes
49:30 General Music recommendations
57:36 Album Homework…
Stay of Execution - Deliverance: https://www.facebook.com/DeliveranceRocks/
White Lighter - White Lighter: https://www.facebook.com/whitelightermusic/ 

If you have questions or recommendations for PRM, email Stephen at steveandchrista@me.com

Playing Games with Strangers: https://playinggameswithstrangers.com/ 

Theme Song: “Smile” by DJ Lebreno = https://soundcloud.com/lebreno Used with the Express Permission of DJ Lebreno

We want to give a very special thank you to the Devoted Patreon Geeks who help to support Geek Devotions on a monthly basis:
Francisco Ruiz
Adam Arciniega
Cody McGurk
Erin Straus
Andrew Markham
Paul Turner
Jacob Russel
Mike Alderman
Nathan Marchand
The Dapper Man
Dale White
Ashley Kronenbitter
Scott Minor
MagicFroggi
Michael Joseph Manacci

If you’d like to become a Devoted Patreon Geek or learn more about the benefits of becoming one, click the link below;
https://www.patreon.com/GeekDevotions

You can do a one time gift via PayPal here
https://www.paypal.me/geekdevotions

Check out our Devoted Geek Apparel: https://www.revivalsigns.org/geek-devotions 

Visit our Website: http://www.geekdevotions.com

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