The 25 most recent podcast episodes on Ancient Faith Radio
Sing to Your Soul - Vol 1
Author of "Fasting as a Family" from Ancient Faith, Matushka Melissa Naasko joins us once again - this time to discuss the education method of Charlotte Mason. With 11 children to practice on, Matushka Melissa has become an expert on Charlotte Mason and has a plethora of information and advice for those who are beginning their homeschool journey or…
After 14 years of faithfully reading books to children each week, Dr. Chrissi Hart is retiring from Readings From Under The Grapevine. Don't miss this touching interview and join us in thanking her for these years of service to Christ.
Kristina Wenger and Elissa Bjeletich get to know Archangel Raphael in the Book of Tobit!
Wisdom of Sirach 30; Psalm 33:12·23; Proverbs 6:37·40; Romans 7
In this podcast we discover wonderful wisdom from A Monastery's Kitchen to bring Christ into everything we do.
Do you want to rediscover your reason for living, the person you were created to be? Renewing You: A Priest, a Psychologist, and a Plan by Fr. Nicholas and Dr. Roxanne Louh gives you the keys to unlock areas of your life that hold you back from experiencing the renewal and transformation God has in mind for you. Join Bill Marianes to go “Live With …
Is God eternal? Or is He time? Enjoy this throwback to the first episode of Time Eternal while Nicole is away.Connect with Nicole on Instagram or Twitter (@NicoleRoccas). Mentioned in this episode: ● TIME ETERNAL BOOK CLUB - August 12, 2021 - Register on Eventbrite: https://bit.ly/2UMvP5r ● The Whole Good News Conference by Missio Alliance (https:/…
Wisdom of Sirach 29; Psalm 33:1·11; Proverbs 6:32·36; Romans 6
Mission priest and media expert Fr. John Peck joins Fr. Thomas as they talk about the unprecedented number of seekers and conversions to the Orthodox Christian faith during the recent pandemic and how parishes can prepare themselves for the next wave of converts.
“Do not let your good be spoken of as evil.” How can good be spoken of as evil? As we continue St. Paul’s lessons on love and the correct Christian attitude toward each other, how are we to apply that lesson against judging another servant of the Lord? It's easy to talk about loving others, but as a practical matter, how do we resolve conflicts in …
But wait there’s more! Joel and Jamey answer listener questions, revisit a few themes of Tobit, and announce some bonus interviews in the next couple of weeks!
Listen to a chapter from the audiobook Steps of Transformation: An Orthodox Priest Explores the Twelve Steps, written by Fr. Meletios Webber and read by Kristina Wenger.Find links to the print, ebook, and audiobook versions of Steps of Transformation at store.ancientfaith.com/search.php?Search=&search_query=transformation.…
Wisdom of Sirach 28; Psalm 32:13·22; Proverbs 6:26·31; Romans 5
Fr. Stephen De Young continues discussing Chapter 2 of the Epistle to the Colossians.
Bobby Maddex interviews Hollie Benton, Executive Director of the Orthodox Christian Leadership Initiative, and Fr. Chad Hatfield, President of St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, about the upcoming 5th annual National Orthodox Advanced Leadership Conference. The conference will be taking place at St. Vladimir's Seminary from Sept. 17-19. …
Fr. John Whiteford delivers a homily about the life of St.Seraphim of Sarov. August 1 is the anniversary of his birth, according to the Julian Calendar.
Cassie Emerson lives a typical life in the suburbs as a wife, mommy, and residential architectural planner. However, contracting Lyme Disease five years ago turned her regular life upside down. At her lowest point, and frustrated with God, she received an unexpected miracle. Please join us for proof that God performs miracles every day!…
Wisdom of Sirach 27; Psalm 32:1·12; Proverbs 6:20·25; Romans 4
Gentle stretches to open your heart and let love flow.
Four exercises to help rebuild and strengthen all those muscles that worked so hard during pregnancy.
Lower stress and find help falling asleep by learning to relax from head to toe.
When you feel like there is no more to give, let God take over.
Learn a new way to be kind to yourself even as you struggle.
Discover how tuning in to your body can help to connect you to God.
Learn how the simple act of looking at your baby can be good for you while fostering peace and love.
Our neck and shoulders can suffer a lot postpartum. Find some relief through gentle stretching.
Spend a few minutes learning how to do a full breath, why it is important, and how to connect breathing and prayer.
Introduction: Learn about the authors, A Sacred Beginning, the book, and how to use this podcast.
Wisdom of Solomon 7; Psalm 143; Proverbs 30:26·30; Acts 7:1·21
Romans 1:28-2:9Matthew 5:27-32
The wonderful story of the Forerunner's conception and birth is told in the first chapter of the Gospel according to Luke. Together with the Most Holy Theotokos and Christ Himself, both his conception and his birth are commemorated as Feasts of the Church. His name, Johanan in Hebrew, means "The Lord is Gracious." The Prologue adds: "The news of t…
Romans 1:18-27Matthew 5:20-26
Wisdom of Solomon 6; Psalm 142; Proverbs 30:22·25; Acts 6
She lived in virginity in Rome during the reign of Valerian (253-260) — as the Prologue says, 'expelling the stench of the passions from her heart with the sweet-smelling perfume of purity and chastity.' She voluntarily presented herself to the pagans and announced herself to be a Christian, for which she was tortured to death. Her friends Vassa, P…
Romans 1:1-7, 13-17Matthew 4:25-5:13
Wisdom of Solomon 5; Psalm 141; Proverbs 30:16·21; Acts 5:17·42
In the struggle against the Arian heresy, Meletius, Patriarch of Antioch, was deposed, and the emperor Constantius demanded that Eusebius surrender the document that proved his legitimate appointment to the Patriarchal throne. Eusebius said he would not surrender it without the permission of all who had signed it and, when imperial soldiers threate…
Ephesians 5:9-19Matthew 18:10-20
Wisdom of Solomon 4; Psalm 140; Proverbs 30:11·15; Acts 5:1·16
"Of a noble senatorial family, he lived in Tarsus in Cilicia and suffered in the reign of Diocletian. Although only eighteen years old when he was taken for trial for the Faith, St Julian was already both educated and resolute in Christian faith and devotion. The imperial governor took him from city to city for a whole year, torturing him all the w…