Lighthouse Faith with Lauren Green

Lighthouse Faith with Lauren Green

Listen Now to a conversation with Lauren Green in this podcast series of Hank Unplugged. The Bible Answer Man’s podcast brought to you through Christian Research Institute and now showcased on Orthodox Christian Network. ABOUT THE ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN NETWORK Orthodox Christian Network (OCN) is a 501(c)3 and an official agency of the Assembly of Canonical...

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For Couples – How Do You Give and Receive Love?

For Couples – How Do You Give and Receive Love?

Listen Now.  Join us today as we discuss a Christ-centered marriage and the five love languages, how couples give and receive love, and how we must learn to speak our spouse’s primary love language if we want that person to feel loved.  To learn more about the five love languages...

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Understanding and Living Our Faith: Loving One Another in the Name of Our Lord

Understanding and Living Our Faith: Loving One Another in the Name of Our Lord

“And when you perceive the Spirit moving and speaking in your heart, inciting you to proclaim in the great congregation the saving power and truth of God, do not keep your lips sealed for fear of provoking the envy of bigoted men.” (St. Niketas Stethatos) The recent events in Charlottesville...

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“Secure attachments and forming a healthy christian family” Dr. George Stavros Ph. D.

“Secure attachments and forming a healthy christian family” Dr. George Stavros Ph. D.

“We are made to love and be loved” says Dr. Stavros as he unravels attachment theory and its relationship to Orthodox Christian theology. Dr. George Stavros is Executive Director of the Danielsen Institute and Associate Clinical Professor of Pastoral Psychology at Boston University. His research interests are in psychotherapy and spirituality, psychotherapy...

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The Balancing Act – Family Insight Podcast Series

The Balancing Act – Family Insight Podcast Series

Now that we’re full into summer, join us today as we continue our discussion on balancing work and play, while adding in private time for our own sanity and even time for our marriage.  There are some basic tools to help create intentionality in how we prioritize our family’s ways of...

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Modern Trials to Our Ancient Faith: The Challenges to Living Orthodoxy in America

Modern Trials to Our Ancient Faith: The Challenges to Living Orthodoxy in America

“Rules, Rituals and Story – How We Experience and Share our Faith” If you had a choice between memorizing and learning a bunch of rules to follow, or reading or watching an exciting story, which activity would you pick? Most would choose the latter. Despite our universal love of story,...

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Have You Ever Taken the Time to Count Freckles? Family Insights Podcast Series

Have You Ever Taken the Time to Count Freckles? Family Insights Podcast Series

Today join us as they talk about the simple things. The challenge is to sit and capture the small moments to connect with others.   Together these counselors will walk you through the important topics so that you can gain insight into your family. Need more resources?  Make it a practice...

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Of Heaven and Earth, Come Receive the Light Radio Interview

Of Heaven and Earth, Come Receive the Light Radio Interview

Sponsored By: Orthodox Christian Counseling Institute (OCCI)   Can we create heaven here on earth?  Anxiety and depression are built in alarm systems that something in our core is not ok, says Presvytera Julie Honeycutt, a Christian IFS therapist in a conversation with Fr. Chris Metropulos. Therapy is about finding the root issue to...

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Show Love to Everyone You Know

Show Love to Everyone You Know

Our partners at Pan Orthodox United discuss the importance of Showing Love to Everyone You Know on Valentine’s Day! Watch the video. ABOUT PAN ORTHODOX UNITED Pan Orthodox United works with local churches, Orthodox Organizations, and individuals with a Pan-Orthodox focus, to bring social and religious outreach to local Orthodox...

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Overcoming the Divide

Overcoming the Divide

I did not ‘do’ sports in high school. My extracurricular activity of choice was theatre. Even so, when both junior and senior high school football teams ended up in the regional finals, every student felt an obligation to go and support them, especially since it meant the afternoon off school....

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