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Bobby Maddex interviews Georgia Georgiou, a member of the executive committee of SOFIA, which stands for Student Orthodox Fellowship in Australia.
Fr. John Whiteford delivers a timely message on the Resurrection, from Psalm 65.
Fr. Stephen De Young concludes the discussion on Ephesians, Chapter 6.
This episode is an excerpt from a talk to Telos POP participants by Greg Jones, Dean of Duke Divinity School, in which he discusses innovation in the context of our parishes and the Church as a whole.
Job 27; Psalms 109, 110; Proverbs 24:13·18; Jn 5:1·15
Tatiana Nikolova-Houston was secretly baptized in communist Bulgaria, learning the faith from her father, an accomplished puppeteer. She made her way to Texas, and became an iconographer and artist.
Job 25, 26; Psalm 108:21·31; Proverbs 24:7·12; Jn 4:27·54
Job 24; Psalm 108:1·20; Proverbs 24:1·6; Jn 4:1·26
Listen to stories about Mothers who frequent St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, Ontario.
It's all Q&A, all the time. Fr. Stephen De Young and Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick make it an open-line night at the podcast.
Job 23; Psalm 107; Proverbs 23:33·36; Jn 3:22·36
We read Jesus’ words to the church at Thyatira (Rev. 2:18-28), probing the description of the fiery-eyed Jesus, the temptations of their celebrated prophetess “Jezebel,” and Jesus’ promise to reward their “works” by His luminous coming as the Morning Star. We are helped by remembering the nemesis of Elijah in 2 Kings (4 Kingdoms) 9:30-37, the visio…
Join Michael as he explains why we need to become, and always stay, “enchanted” by God through sacramental understanding and participation, and how this is our witness and demonstration of the truth of the Gospel.
Vanessa The Wonderworker, Chapter Thirteen, written and illustrated by Grace Brooks. Available on Amazon
Explanation of the first section of chapter 9, the commissioning of the twelve Apostles and their first missionary trip.
Ilya Muromets, fresh from his healing at the hands of the mysterious wanderers, goes to Krasnoiar the great smith to receive his first set of arms and armor. But no matter how much Krasnoiar tries, he's unable to make Ilya a sword.So Ilya travels into the holy mountains to encounter Sviatogor, the giant warrior. But is this giant warrior any differ…
Join Fr Panagiotis Boznos, Nick Lionas, and Steve Christoforou for their weekly Orthodox Christian Bible Study.
In this month's podcast, Cynthia and Molly talk stillness, mold exposure, and comparing ourselves to others with their special guests Dr. Al Rossi, and Dr. Steve Heffelfinger.
This week, Kristina Wenger and Elissa Bjeletich discuss The Parable of the Two Debtors, from Luke 7: 36-50. What is Jesus trying to teach us about forgiveness?You'll find more materials to make this lesson come to life for your family or classroom at tending-the-garden.com/virtualsundayschool
Job 22; Psalm 106:31·43; Proverbs 23:28·32; Jn 3:1·21
Join Fr. Nick and Dr. Roxanne Tuesday evening for a new episode of Healthy Minds Healthy Souls. This week, they're talking with Spyridoula Fotinis about stewardship of God's creation, both at the individual and parish level, and reflecting on history and initiatives from the Ecumenical Patriarch.
Acts 4:1-10John 3:16-21
Job 20; Psalm 106:1·14; Proverbs 23:19·23; Jn 1:29·51
Job 19; Psalm 105:32·48; Proverbs 23:13·18; Jn 1:1·28
Acts 3:19-26John 2:1-11
Job 18; Psalm 105:16·31; Proverbs 23:6·12; Luke 24:36·53
Job 17; Psalm 105:1·15; Proverbs 23:1·5; Luke 24:1·35
He is one of the original and most honored Desert Fathers. Born of a noble family, he was a deacon and a courtier in Constantinople. One day he heard a voice saying "Arsenios, flee from men, and thou shalt be saved." He left the capital in secret and sailed to Alexandria, then journeyed to Skete in the Egyptian desert, where he became a monk. For y…
Acts 3:1-8John 2:12-22
Job 16; Psalm 104:28·45; Proverbs 22:27·31; Luke 23:26·56
"In the sixth century, two hundred years after St Nina had preached the Gospel in Georgia, the most holy Mother of God appeared to John, an ascetic of Antioch, and commanded him to choose twelve of his disciples and go to Georgia, to strengthen the Orthodox faith there. John did so. Reaching Georgia, these twelve missionaries were formally welcomed…
Acts 2:38-43John 3:1-15
Job 15; Psalm 104:16·27; Proverbs 22:21·26; Luke 23:1·25
He was a soldier in the Roman army during the reign of Julian the Apostate. Like many soldiers, he was a secret Christian, serving under the Imperial commander Bacchus when his troops battled the Franks. A mighty Frankish soldier, like Goliath, challenged the Romans to send one of their company out to do single combat with him. The commander send B…
Acts 2:22-36John 1:35-51
Job 14; Psalm 104:1·15; Proverbs 22:16·20; Luke 22:47·71
"Saint Irene was the daughter of a princelet called Licinius; named Penelope by her parents, through a divine revelation she was brought to faith in Christ and at Baptism was renamed Irene. In her zeal for piety she broke in pieces all the idols of her father, who commanded that she be trampled underfoot by horses. But while she remained unharmed, …
Acts 2:14-21Luke 24:12-35
Job 13; Psalm 103:19·35; Proverbs 22:11·15; Luke 22:24·46
He was originally a Roman Catholic, but became Orthodox and lived in asceticism on the Holy Mountain as a monk. He was the spiritual father of St Gregory Palamas. His life was outwardly uneventful, and he reposed in peace in the 14th century. He left this very concise description of the hesychast's path:"Gather your mind and compel it to enter into…