Christian Gamers Guild main@Christian-Gamers-Guild.groups.io

The CGG (Christian Gamers Guild) is a group of committed Christians who enjoy games of all kinds. The goals of the CGG include involvement in game design and publishing, game advocacy from a Christian perspective when unwarranted hysteria occurs as the result of RPG involvement, as well as ministry at gaming conventions and through other avenues of game involvement.
You can also join us on Discord!

President: Rodney Barnes
Vice President: Dave Mattingly*
Chaplain: M. J. Young*
Board Members at Large: Bryan Ray*, Eric Van Denhende, Derek White

*Elected in the most recent cycle.

Group Information

  • http://www.christian-gamers-guild.org
  • 581 Members
  • 7,451 Topics, Last Post:
  • Started on
  • Feed

Group Email Addresses

Group Settings

  • All members can post to the group.
  • Posts to this group do not require approval from the moderators.
  • Posts from new users require approval from the moderators.
  • Messages are set to reply to group.
  • Subscriptions to this group do not require approval from the moderators.
  • Archive is visible to anyone.
  • Wiki is visible to members only.
  • Members can edit their messages.
  • Members can set their subscriptions to no email.

Top Hashtags [See All]

  • #board-games Do you prefer boxes of cardboard, wood, and plastic more than shelves of books and graph paper? 821 topics
  • #social Get to know your Guildies! 648 topics
  • #review Analysis of published game materials 499 topics
  • #conventions Topics about convention ministry, attendance, and related 444 topics
  • #prayer-request Intercede for your friends 255 topics
  • #podcasts Podcasts by CGG members, or of interest to the group 251 topics
  • #ot Off-Topic conversations 210 topics
  • #admin Guild business and announcements 192 topics
  • #scenario Adventures, modules and scenarios 165 topics
  • #meta Conversations about the conversation. Also, Guild structure and services. 140 topics

 or  Log In If You Are Already A Member

Message History