3 Great Orthodox Christian Books for Middle and Junior High Students

3 Great Orthodox Christian Books for Middle and Junior High Students

Inspired by the Department of Religious Education of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, the Orthodox Christian Network features Great Books, Music & Teaching Publications featured in the Orthodox Christian Resource Catalog.  The Catalog is a publication of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America Department of Religious Education.   All items featured...

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Learn about the Icon of St. Bartholomew – PISTEVO – The Art of Belief

Learn about the Icon of St. Bartholomew – PISTEVO – The Art of Belief

Inspired by the documentary, PISTEVO, the Orthodox Christian Network will be featuring iconography and the Saints of the Orthodox Church.  Iconography, the centuries-old tradition of depicting faith through images, was the primary means of teaching Christianity until written records were formally canonized as the Holy Scriptures. St. Bartholomew “name is...

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The Children’s Word: Sign Your Name!

The Children’s Word: Sign Your Name!

This week: Have you ever written your name on something you were very proud of? Maybe you finished writing a story or drawing a great picture, and you were proud to sign your name on it. You might have wanted everybody to know it was your work. Many years ago, America...

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Possible Monastery Evacuation Due to Wild Fire

Possible Monastery Evacuation Due to Wild Fire

Please pray for nuns of the Theotokos the Life-Giving Spring Monastery in Dunlap, CA.  Their monastery rests on the edge of King’s Canyon, which is hosting a massive wildfire at the moment.  Evacuation warnings have been issued and they are preparing for the call to relocate at a moment’s notice.  Read about...

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New Edition of The Greek Orthodox Theological Review

New Edition of The Greek Orthodox Theological Review

The recent edition of The Greek Orthodox Theological Review, Volume 59, has been sent to subscribers and theological libraries throughout the world. This volume contains eight scholarly articles addressing a number of significant theological and historical topics related to the life and witness of Orthodox Church. The Review also contains...

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The Huffington Post reports on ‘Christian Leaders Gather in Turkey’

The Huffington Post reports on ‘Christian Leaders Gather in Turkey’

Christian Leaders Gather in Turkey by Vageli Sotiropoulos Deep in the heart of Turkey, in the historic city of Constantinople (Istanbul), high-ranking religious leaders gathered recently to examine and deliberate on a range of both spiritual and secular issues. The assembly in Taksim Square — where the imposing Republic Monument...

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Join LIVE Bible Study TODAY – 7 p.m. EST with Father Athanasios

Join LIVE Bible Study TODAY – 7 p.m. EST with Father Athanasios

Join Father Athanasios Haros for a LIVE Bible Study on the Book of Acts at 7 p.m. EST Today, September 9, 2015. Click here to register and learn more about tuning in live! This week, Father Athanasios will be discussing the Book of Acts 13.16 – 41 Homily 29.  Click below...

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Orthodox Church Opens Medical Clinic in Guatemala

Orthodox Church Opens Medical Clinic in Guatemala

“Why did God give this medical clinic to us?” On August 20th, this question spread around the village of Aguacate, Guatemala. An isolated town close to the Guatemala-Mexico border, Aguacate is home to several thousand Maya Indians who speak Chuj and broken Spanish. Most of the people in Aguacate entered...

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Daily Devotion: One Thing is Needful

Daily Devotion: One Thing is Needful

But the Lord answered her “Martha, Martha, you are anxious and troubled about many things; one thing is needful; Mary has chosen the good portion, which shall not be taken away from her. Luke 10: 41-42 Good morning Prayer Team! Yesterday, we discussed “needful” things, from the standpoint of not...

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