Get ready for work. Go play games! | God's World News

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Get ready for work. Go play games!

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    Anthony Moore, left, and Tayquan Johnson play a video game. (AP)
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    Kevin Fair leads a gaming workshop for kids. (Handout)
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    Lethrese Rosete is in college. She learns to design video games. (AP/Claire Savage)
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    Shemar Worthy says video games helped him pick a job. He will work with technology. (AP/Claire Savage)
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Mr. Fair wants kids to enjoy math and science.  He tells them their love of video games can help.

Students can learn to make and fix games.  Does that sound like a fun job?

Pray: Thank God for games used wisely. They help us learn to solve problems and work with others as a team.

Read More: Kevin Fair is a businessman in Chicago, Illinois. He grew up playing video games with friends. He used to take apart his Nintendo console. He would fix what was broken. He then put it back together. He started a business called I Play Games! in 2009. The company helps young people learn about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Students can train to code, design, and fix games. 

“Let the favor of the Lord our God be upon us . . . establish the work of our hands!” (Psalm 90:17)