Advice on Loving Those Who Annoy You

Advice on Loving Those Who Annoy You

On Theologically Thinking, Fr. Jacob Myers gives advice on “Loving Those Who Annoy You.”

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The Story of Charles Hann

The Story of Charles Hann

Listen Now.  Journeys to Orthodoxy brings us the story of Charles Hann. He was on a YWAM mission staying with a family in Romania when he discovered that there was something more to the “nominal” Orthodox Christianity they practiced. After seeing his Romanian hosts live out their faith, he decided...

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If You Don’t Hear Crying, the Church is Dying

If You Don’t Hear Crying, the Church is Dying

People were bringing little children to Christ to have Him touch them, but the disciples rebuked them. When Jesus saw this, he was indignant. He said to them “Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the Kingdom of God belongs to such as these. I...

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The Gospel of Matthew, Part 7

The Gospel of Matthew, Part 7

The Gospel of Matthew Matthew 4:12 – 17 Christ Settles in Galilee Opening thoughts and basis for discussion The time had come for Christ to go forth and begin His ministry. His first act was to literally shut the door that lay behind Him before He opened the door that stood...

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Fresh Hope for Greece’s Families

Fresh Hope for Greece’s Families

IOCC’s new fresh food initiative gives Greece’s most vulnerable families the opportunity to purchase locally sourced fruits, vegetables and milk at supermarkets using a fresh food card. The program is also helping to sustain 500 Greek farming families who are providing the fresh produce and milk being offered to the...

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Sixth Sunday of Luke

Sixth Sunday of Luke

God, who gave you invincible power and with care kept your city invulnerable, royally clothed the Church in purple with the streams of your blood, for you are her strength, O Demetrios. +Kontakion in the Second Tone

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Teaching the Ten Commandments

Teaching the Ten Commandments

I realized the other day that I’ve never sat down with my children and taught them about the Ten Commandments.   Oh, we’ve talked about the Golden Rule – Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. We’ve made family rules – no hitting, no name calling,...

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Needs of the Elderly

Needs of the Elderly

Emmy-winning executive producer, director, author, and professor Norris J. Chumley is back on the show today to talk about an upcoming PBS Special called “Sacred.” which features a segment on Mount Athos. Also with us is Dr. Brenda O’Reilly, a licensed clinical psychologist and board certified professional Christian counselor, who...

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Politics in America

Politics in America

As the government shutdown continues to drag on, 16-year-elected political veteran Bill Hinkle offers his thoughts on what’s wrong with the political scene in America during this week’s episode of Our Life in Christ and in America. What’s more, he asks, what’s wrong with us as a nation? As much...

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Fearing God

Fearing God

Ο Δημήτρης Καραβασίλης μοιράζεται μια ομιλία του αγίου Γρηγορίου του Παλαμά σχετικά με το περιστατικό της θεραπείας του δαιμονιζόμενου νέου στα Γαδαρα. Αραγε υπάρχουν ακόμα και στις μέρες μας άνθρωποι που υποφέρουν απο δαιμόνια κάθε είδους; Ανθρωποι που έχουν απομακρυνθεί απο τον Θεό, και παρόλα αυτά γνωρίζουν μέσα τους οτι...

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Radio Drama: The Great Martyr Demetrios

Radio Drama: The Great Martyr Demetrios

This Theologically Thinking episode features a “radio drama” of the life of the Great Martyr Demetrios, a high-ranking Roman military official who wouldn’t deny his Christian Faith and therefore paid the ultimate price.

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A Tree with Deep Roots

A Tree with Deep Roots

On Just Thinking, Fr. Chris and Bishop Savas discuss the topic “Civility is a tree with deep roots.”

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