Saint Iakovos Tsalikis Earn your bread in any way, provided you work for it. Of the children of Adam and Eve, one was a farmer, the other a shepherd. All jobs are good, provided we’re close to God. Saint Paul wouldn’t take bread from anyone for free, but worked
Alexandros Christodoulou, Theologian In his First Epistle, Saint John the Evangelist tells us that the aim of Christ’s redemptive work was the abolition of the devil’s dominion over human nature: ‘The Son of God appeared so that He might destroy the works of the devil’ (1 Jn. 3, 8).
Let’s follow our Lord, so He can show us what our special commission is! Have you ever gotten a special job? Have your parents or your teacher ever given you a special task that you were supposed to finish? In today’s Gospel reading, we read about how the disciples got
Co-Worker Issues Life involves no shortage of work. There is labor, toil, struggle and yet the Scriptures call us the “co-workers” of God. Who is this One with whom we are supposed to be laboring and how are we supposed to work together? ABOUT FATHER MICHAEL MARCANTONI Fr. Michael Marcantoni is the priest
In this second of a four-part series, Fr. Nicholas Louh builds on the concept of “Seizing this Moment” to focus on the importance of building relationships within our families. Our families are our “First Church” that we must nurture above all else. _____________________________________________________________ Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network. You