OCAMPR President Dr. Michael Christakis and conference coordinator Dr. Philip Mamalakis tell us about OCAMPR and the theme of the coming conference, EXPLORING THE MIND-BODY-SOUL CONNECTION: SPIRITUALITY IN ILLNESS AND HEALING.
Focus North America and Ancient Faith Radio are proud to announce the new In Focus podcast. Learn about the work of Focus North America in providing action-oriented and sustainable solutions to poverty in communities across America. In this inaugural episode, Executive Director Nick Chakos gives an overview of the ministry.
We say in the creed that "He shall come again to judge the living and the dead." Is that the rapture? If not what is the rapture and the dispensational theology it springs from? Fr. Barnabas welcomes Dr. Terry Hebert from Dallas Theological Seminary, a non-dispensatonal Orthodox Christian working in an evangelical dispensational institution.
We interview Fr. Tom Soroka, the host of the daily podcast “The Path" and the priest at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in McKees Rocks, PA, which will be celebrating its 100th anniversary this coming October 10th through the 12th.
Jane G. Meyer is the Children's' Book Editor for Ancient Faith Publishing, and she joins us to talk about the importance of Orthodox books for children as well as an opportunity to help support new publications. Find out more by emailing email@example.com.
On a new "Ex Libris," the podcast of Ancient Faith Publishing, host Bobby Maddex interviews Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick, the author of the new AFP book An Introduction to God: Encountering the Divine in Orthodox Christianity.
After sharing some thoughts about the Feast of the Cross, Fr. Evan addresses questions about speaking in tongues, too many icons, why one would choose to be Orthodox, the "just war" theory and more.
As many know, Kevin Allen recently announced his retirement from his interview program, Ancient Faith Today. After listening to an interview Ancient Faith Radio did with Kevin announcing his departure, Fr. Tom shares his own thoughts on the state of American Orthodoxy.
Bishop Alexander of the Bulgarian Diocese of the OCA gave the Second Annual Meyendorff Lecture at St. Vladimir's Seminary on September 14, 2014. The title of his lecture was "Force Your Mind to Descend into the Heart: Some Resemblances between Byzantine Hesychasm and Merkavah Mysticism."