Dr. Peter Bouteneff uses three conferences that he recently attended as an introduction to a discussion of truth. He explains that the search for truth is more important than labels, sides, or platforms.
Digory Kirke and Polly Plummer climb out of an attic and straight into a sorcerer’s spell—one that eventually leads them to the lion Aslan at the moment of Narnia’s creation. Dr. Chrissi Hart reads The Magician’s Nephew by C. S. Lewis.
Held from June 21-26, 2010, this year’s International Orthodox Psychotherapy Conference took place at the Cenacle Retreat House in Chicago, Illinois. The purpose of the conference was to facilitate a professional-level gathering of Orthodox who provide mental healthcare. Listen to host Fr. Stephen Plumlee's speech here.
In this new audio documentary, exclusive to Ancient Faith Radio, Bobby Maddex takes a trip to the Hogar Raphael Ayau Orthodox Orphanage in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Learn how the orphanage came to be, what takes place there on a daily basis, any why it is truly miraculous beyond measure.
On a special edition of The Illumined Heart, host Kevin Allen interviews Dr. Frank Papatheofanis, President of the new St. Katherine College, about what it takes to start an Orthodox liberal arts and sciences college.
Fr. Jerome Cwiklinski, a chaplain with the Marines at Camp Pendleton, explains how to live out your Orthodox faith while serving in the United States military.
Bobby Maddex interviews Mark Gruin, the Haiti Field Program Specialist at International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC), about the ongoing needs of the Haitian people.
Fr. David Alexander has been away from his baby daughter, Eve Marie, for five months. On a new In the Valley of the Shadow of Death, he reflects on the nature and meaning of their long-distance relationship.