Exhausted Sudanese Refugees Struggle For Survival In New Land

Exhausted Sudanese Refugees Struggle For Survival In New Land

March 9, 2015 (Baltimore, MD) — Thousands of South Sudanese families who fled the violence and bloodshed from their country’s civil war now face new hardships as refugees in Ethiopia. More than 196,000 refugees, of which nearly two-thirds are children, have endured months of living out in open fields with little...

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News from Missionaries in Albania

News from Missionaries in Albania

Dear Friends and Fellow Servants in the Lord, The Grace and Peace of Christ be with you always. After being in the mission field for 22 months, Albania is beginning to feel like home. After countless hours of language learning we are both able to participate in meetings (in Albanian)...

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Do You Love Your Friends Enough?

Do You Love Your Friends Enough?

On the Second Sunday of Great Lent, we hear of a paralytic who had four friends who loved him enough to not give up trying to get him into the presence of the Grace of God. When Jesus saw THEIR faith, the Gospel says He turned to the paralytic and...

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Sensual Judgment and Curiosity

Sensual Judgment and Curiosity

Try to be free of curiosity, for it can defile stillness as nothing else can. –St. John Climacus In this episode, Veronica Hughes enriches our Lenten journey with an exploration of the concept of “Sensual Judgement and Curiosity.” She shares passages from Saint Nikolaj Velimirovich and Saint Theophan the Recluse...

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What Are We Up Against Now and What Are We Doing? – Part 3 of 6

What Are We Up Against Now and What Are We Doing? – Part 3 of 6

Body and Soul: Orthodox Christian Lent as a Self-Care Journey  As humans on earth, we struggle, but our God in heaven tells us how to be ready for spiritual warfare. He said to them, ‘You are from below; I am from above. You are of this world; I am not...

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In Selma, a Day of Honor and Tribute to the Legacy of Struggle and Sacrifice, Equality and Freedom

In Selma, a Day of Honor and Tribute to the Legacy of Struggle and Sacrifice, Equality and Freedom

SELMA, Ala. – Thousands of people attended the commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the 1965 National Voting Rights Act and “Bloody Sunday,” that concluded today, March 8, 2015, with a long service at the historic Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church and a final march through the town of Selma...

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Archbishop Demetrios of America Crosses Edmund Pettus Bridge with President Barack Obama

Archbishop Demetrios of America Crosses Edmund Pettus Bridge with President Barack Obama

SELMA, Ala. – Archbishop Demetrios of America, together with President Barack Obama and other major civic and religious leaders, walked today, March 7, 2015, the historic Edmund Pettus Bridge to commemorate the 50th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday.” On March 15, 1965, Archbishop Iakovos of North and South America had come here...

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Γιατί τόσος πόνος; Γιατί να υποφέρουμε στη ζωή μας;

Γιατί τόσος πόνος; Γιατί να υποφέρουμε στη ζωή μας;

Η σημερινή εκπομπή προσπαθεί να αναφέρει μερικούς λόγους για να δώσει μια απάντηση σ αυτό το ερώτημα με αφορμή την θεραπεία του παραλυτικού Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network. You can find the Orthodox Christian Network on Google+

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Η “πρόκληση” και πρόσκληση του Σταυρού

Η “πρόκληση” και πρόσκληση του Σταυρού

Καθώς μεταφέρουμε τον Σταυρό, καθώς τον προσκυνούμε, ας σκεφτούμε τη σημασία του: τι μας λέει; σε τι μας καλεί; Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network. You can find the Orthodox Christian Network on Google+

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