Το φως και το σκοτάδι

Το φως και το σκοτάδι

Ο Δημήτρης Καραβασίλης σχολιάζοντας την θεραπεία του δαιμονισμένου, αναρρωτιέται για το πόσοι απο μας υποφέρουμε απο τα ίδια συμπτώματα, πόσοι θα ήμασταν διατεθειμένοι να ζητήσουμε και να λάβουμε θαυματουργική θεραπεία και τέλος πόσοι θα είχαμε την δύναμη να γίνουμε ιεραπόστολοι διακηρύσσοντας την αγάπη και το έλεος του Κυρίου καθώς και...

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Veterans and Mental Health

Veterans and Mental Health

In this episode, Bill Hinkle interviews Steve Sherokey about the challenges faced by veterans returning from the wars. Dr. Sherokey has a Doctor of Ministry degree and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York. __________________________________ Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network.  You can find the Orthodox Christian Network...

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Fear is a Bad Decision-Maker

Fear is a Bad Decision-Maker

Fear is a bad decision-maker. It’s powerful, plausible, and thoroughly unreliable. It’s as likely to lead you straight into the fire as it is to save your life. Fear is as physical and blinding as hunger – necessary for your survival in rare, simple instances, destructive in all others. The...

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A Hidden Community

A Hidden Community

My eyes close and I take a deep breath. The baby I was lovingly carrying in my womb had passed away. I exhale…oh…so…slowly. I’m overwhelmed with sadness and retreat to the inner most cave of my thoughts. “Lord have mercy on me.” How do you cope with something of this...

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A Mother’s Heartache

A Mother’s Heartache

Two years ago, Jennifer’s baby daughter died in her womb. To help her as she was grieving, she wrote about what it’s like to lose your baby. So many people have a difficult time talking about losing a baby, or letting other people talk about it. We share with her...

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Forgiveness: Letting Go

Forgiveness: Letting Go

Dr. Stephen Muse is back on the show to continue the conversation about forgiveness that we started this past December. He speaks with Fr. Chris today about the role of acceptance in forgiveness. Stephen is a pastoral counselor and marriage and family therapist who works with combat veterans and their...

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Who Told You You’re Not Good Enough?

Who Told You You’re Not Good Enough?

Mother Theresa, Father Arseny, St. John Maximovitch, St. Seraphim of Sarov, St. Christina, Martin Luther King Jr, Jack Lalanne, Helen Keller, Abraham Lincoln… These are just some of my heroes, the people that have inspired me. But most of all, I just want to be like Jesus. After all, we...

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Embracing the Blessing of Exquisite Pain

Embracing the Blessing of Exquisite Pain

Every year when Pascha ends, I start to eagerly anticipate the next one, the next opportunity to completely focus on my faith and forget the rest of my earthly obligations. In the Orthodox faith, we are gifted with an abundance of fasts, feast days and other opportunities to embrace what...

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I Have a Boo-Boo

I Have a Boo-Boo

On our way to the coffee shop, Zoe kept slipping into random stores and announcing to the strangers she met that she had a “boo-boo.” Either that or that her name was “Yo-ee”. Since she was facing away from me, and since she has the pronunciation acuity of a 2-year-old,...

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Orthodox Christian Emergency Network Grows to 100 Members

Orthodox Christian Emergency Network Grows to 100 Members

CAPTION: Constantine Triantafilou, IOCC executive director, addresses the members of the Frontline gathered for training in Chicago, IL. He related how the work of the Frontline in the United States is an important part of the capacity of the Orthodox Church to respond to human need around the world. photo:...

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