Dandelions for Dinner

Join us this week for a truly amazing account of war, family, loss and faith. Sam Stamatis joins us to talk about his autobiography, written about his early teenage years in Greece during World War II. He’s joined on the show by his son, Peter, who first encouraged him to write down some stories from his childhood. To learn more about the book Dandelions For Dinner, visit www.dandelionsfordinner.com. But first, we’ll hear from Metropolitan Tikhon, Primate of the Orthodox Church in America, on the Sunday of the Holy Cross in this third installment of his six-part Lenten series. Plus, get an update on the persecution of Christians in Pakistan. You’ve heard about it on the major news stations, but now get an insider’s look from an Orthodox priest who has been ministering to our brothers and sisters in Pakistan.

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