Great Classroom Resources & Supplements (3)

Great Classroom Resources & Supplements (3)

Preschool and Elementary 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...

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NEW Center for Orthodox Christian Thought and Culture

NEW Center for Orthodox Christian Thought and Culture

Are you interested in studying Orthodoxy but not interested in attending a seminary?  Eastern University has just announced that students can take a minor in Orthodox Thought and Culture.  Details below.   February 3, 2016 (St. Davids, Pa.) — Students are now welcome at the Center for Orthodox Thought and...

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Young Adult Blog Post – I Was Welcomed, Not Argued, Into the Church

Young Adult Blog Post – I Was Welcomed, Not Argued, Into the Church

Inspired by the Department of Youth & Young Adult Ministries of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, the Orthodox Christian Network is proud to feature outstanding programs of “young adults coming together in faith, fellowship, and service” .   Young Adult Blog Post – I Was Welcomed, Not Argued, Into the Church In a...

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

Learn about the Icon of St. Jude – 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. Learn about the Icon...

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Have You Watched “Be the Bee?”

Have You Watched “Be the Bee?”

Inspired by the Department of Youth & Young Adult Ministries of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, the Orthodox Christian Network is proud to feature outstanding programs of “young adults coming together in faith, fellowship, and service” .   Have you watched “Be the Bee?” Check out the official website from the Greek...

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St. Raphael School Offers Orthodox Response to Education Trends

St. Raphael School Offers Orthodox Response to Education Trends

In just two weeks, St. Raphael School will begin its third year in operation. What is St. Raphael School? It began as the work of Dr. James Taylor–professor of education, teacher, philosopher, and author of Poetic Knowledge: the Recovery of Education–which he called St. Raphael Orthodox Online Homeschool. Though the...

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NEW FEATURE! Orthodox Christian Seminary News

NEW FEATURE! Orthodox Christian Seminary News

Can you name all the Orthodox Christian seminaries in the United States? In the world? Can you name more than one? Have you ever visited a seminary? What do you think happens at these schools where our future priests are trained? What is their work, and how is it accomplished?...

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The Children’s Word: How Good is Your Excuse?

The Children’s Word: How Good is Your Excuse?

Welcome to The Children’s Word, a weekly ministry of the Orthodox Christian Network brought to you by Presvytera Alexandra Houck! This week, Pres. Alexandra wants to know how you get to church every Sunday. Do you go every week? Is there a good excuse if you don’t go? Read about...

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The Children’s Word: Do You Follow Christ Too?

The Children’s Word: Do You Follow Christ Too?

Welcome to The Children’s Word, a weekly ministry of the Orthodox Christian Network brought to you by Presvytera Alexandra Houck! This week, Pres. Alexandra tells the story of how the Christian church first got started. Do you know who was the very first person Jesus called to be a Christian?...

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Mindfulness and Simplicity

Mindfulness and Simplicity

Life is a series of one moment after another. If we want to really experience life, instead of it passing us by, we need to be cognizant of our experiences on a moment by moment basis. The most important part of living mindfully is to experience the moment, to not...

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