Can sins be forgiven through vows?

Can sins be forgiven through vows?

Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of  Pemptousia   The age we live in is full of contradictions. On the one hand, people are stubbornly indifferent towards their Relationship with God, but on the other, references to superstitions, zodiac charts and para-religious phenomena abound. You’ve got people who consider those who...

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My Neighbour, my Salvation

My Neighbour, my Salvation

Archimandrite Ieronymos Nikolopoulos   One of the greatest problems of Orthodox spirituality in recent years has been the distortion applied to Orthodox eschatology, that is the prophetic discourse concerning the last times. It’s common for spiritually inexperienced people, without any real knowledge of what Orthodoxy means or what its magnificent...

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Orthodoxy Unplugged – Feast of the Annunciation

Orthodoxy Unplugged – Feast of the Annunciation

 Watch Now and reconnect with God during Great Lent. About Fr. Chris Makiej Fr. Chris Makiej is a priest at Saints Constantine and Helen Church of Andover, MA.  Christ in You is a ministry created with the purpose of seeking to awaken people to the truth of Jesus Christ and His Holy...

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Salvation Takes Work

Salvation Takes Work

Is there one path to salvation? Listen as Fr. Chris speaks with Fr. Nicholas Hadzellis and they discuss the concept of working out our salvation in everything we do. Fr. Nicholas is the priest at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Fort Worth, TX. But first, listen as Fr. Chris...

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The Word became Flesh: the inexpressible mystery of salvation

The Word became Flesh: the inexpressible mystery of salvation

When God, the Son of God, entered the womb of All-Holy Virgin and took flesh from her, He was born a perfect person and perfect God, without confusion. When has anything more important ever happened for us? We all believe in this Son of God and Son of the ever-virgin...

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Can I Get A Witness

Can I Get A Witness

Can I Get A Witness? On July 26th I served Divine Liturgy as we commemorated Saint Paraskevi, a great saint and martyr. That same day, Father Jacques Hamel a Roman Catholic priest in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, France served but for different reasons. However he was brutally murdered for. Now he a great martyr like...

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Sunday of Orthodoxy

Sunday of Orthodoxy

Fr. Lazarakis explains the importance of the Sunday of Orthodoxy and Icons. Icons teach us three important things that are critical to our salvation. Icons remind us that God became a Man and we see that pictured. Icons teach us that if we devote ourselves, we can become holy like the...

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Nativity Devotion, November 30: Salvation

Nativity Devotion, November 30: Salvation

    Why Do I Need a Savior?  “For to you is born this day in the city of David, a Savior who is Christ the Lord”  Luke 2:11  Good morning Prayer Team! Are you saved?  We hear this question a lot in religious circles.  What does it mean for...

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Thank You, O Lord

Thank You, O Lord

Protopresbyter Alexander Schmemann, the late Dean of Saint Vladimir’s Seminary, was dedicated to writing, preaching, and teaching about the Eucharist.  In Fact, the translation of the Greek word ‘Eucharist’ is Thanksgiving.  Fr. Schmemann gave his life to Thanksgiving.  As we remember this special American Holiday taking place only a few days...

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The Joy of a Life in Christ, Part 3

The Joy of a Life in Christ, Part 3

Joy of Liturgy When we gather together for the sacrament of the Eucharist, it is not yet the feast in the Father’s house, it is not yet the fulfillment of everything. Thus, we pray in the Liturgy that we may partake of God “more fully in the unwaning day” of...

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