Becoming Truly Human with Nathan Jacobs

Becoming Truly Human with Nathan Jacobs

Listen Now to a conversation with Nathan Jacobs in this podcast series of Hank Unplugged. The Bible Answer Man’s podcast brought to you through Christian Research Institute and now showcased on Orthodox Christian Network. ABOUT HANK HANEGRAAFF Hank is the author of more than twenty books, with more than a million copies in...

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Jesus Will Never Give Up On You

Jesus Will Never Give Up On You

The Parable of the Sower tells us that Jesus will never give up on us. He will constantly try to breakthrough into our hearts and  into our lives. The question is, will we let Him in?  We have allowed so many distractions around us that it has become so difficult to focus on the most important thing in life...

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Making Joyful Connections with Our Children

Making Joyful Connections with Our Children

Listen Now.  Join us as we discuss how to make meaningful connections with our children and new parenting book on the topic, Parenting Toward the Kingdom: Orthodox Christian Principles of Child-Rearing, by Philip Mamalakis, PH.D.  In addition, click here to check out these tips on how to joyfully connect with...

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Elder Elpidios of the New Skete, Holy Mount Athos

Elder Elpidios of the New Skete, Holy Mount Athos

The ever memorable Elder Elpidios was the twin brother of the Holy Martyr Philoumenos, who was recently slaughtered in Palestine by Jews. His holy remains are conserved imperishable in Jerusalem, exhibiting obvious signs of piety: a supernatural fragrance and the performance of miracles. The blessed divine passion was blazing in...

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I Have Nothing to Give, Only to Give Back

I Have Nothing to Give, Only to Give Back

Listen Now. We will now be including the daily reading of Epistle and Gospel with The Prayer Team. Feast of Sts. Cosmas and Damian—Part Two And Jesus called to Him His twelve disciples and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal every disease and...

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Examining the Reformation from an Orthodox Point of View

Examining the Reformation from an Orthodox Point of View

Five hundred years ago this past Tuesday, a professor announced a lecture. The announcement was mailed to the Archbishop of Mainz in western Germany, and was posted next to other announcements on the 16th-century equivalents of bulletin boards: church doors. One of these churches, famously, was All Saints in Wittenberg....

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