REVIEW: Sweet Song, A Story of Romanos the Melodist

REVIEW: Sweet Song, A Story of Romanos the Melodist

My editor, and friend, Jane Meyer, has always had a very gentle touch with her writing, and it comes through wonderfully in her latest book, Sweet Song, a retelling of St. Romanos and the miracle of his voice and composition ability. For those unfamiliar with him, Romanos is the premier...

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Gary Chapman’s “Five Love Languages”

Gary Chapman’s “Five Love Languages”

If you are married, or in a serious relationship, you have to read this book! I have never been a good or fast reader. While I enjoy writing and write quickly, I am a slow reader. So, when I get excited about a book, it’s a big deal. I also...

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Surprised by Christ

Surprised by Christ

We begin our month-long theme of “I Believe” with Fr. James Bernstein of St. Paul Antiochian Orthodox Church in Brier, Washington, who is the author of Surprised By Christ: My Journey from Judaism to Orthodox Christianity. Also on the show this week are Vlad Morosan, speaking about the Patriarch Tikhon...

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Looking Deeper

Looking Deeper

My best friend in high school had been sexually abused by her father from the time she was twelve until she left home at eighteen. My fourteen-year-old niece was raped when someone she trusted sold her virginity for drugs. When my daughter was five, a young boy her age was...

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Dealing with Life’s Difficulties

Dealing with Life’s Difficulties

How many of us feel defeated in some area of our life? Maybe we’re struggling to keep a job we don’t like, recently had a relationship end, or are facing a serious health issue? Dr. Alex Lickerman is back on the show this week to talk about how we can...

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Being Bread

Being Bread

Tune in to hear a Paschal message from host Fr. Chris Metropulos, as well as an interview with Dr. Stephen Muse. Dr. Muse will tell us about his latest book, Being Bread, about the life we are missing and a life God wants to give us. You can purchase Being...

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Dandelions for Dinner

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...

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