Friday, July 17, 2009
The "Death To The World" crew report back on their week at Cornerstone 2009—the largest Christian rock festival in the world. This is the third year that DTTW has set up shop in the exhibitors area as an Orthodox outreach at this largely Evangelical youth gathering. John Valadez, Gary Allen, and Julia Gatalskaya report to The Illumined Heart host Kevin Allen that the "times they are a' changin'" in the world of contemporary Christian youth, reflecting a broader trend towards ancient faith!
Thursday, July 16, 2009
On a new Sweeter Than Honey, Dr. Peter Bouteneff of St. Vladimir's Orthodox Seminary compares and contrasts two texts on ecumenism.
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
This week's episode of American Orthodox History features a speech that host Matthew Namee delivered at the 16th Annual Ancient Christianity and African-American Conference on Fr. Raphael Morgan: America's first black Orthodox priest.
Monday, July 13, 2009
How much time do we waste waiting for life to happen and worrying about things that might or might not happen? On a new Close to Home, Molly Sabourin challenges herself and others to live and thrive now.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
Fr. Thomas Hopko's next interview from Albania is with veteran OCMC missionary Nathan Hoppe. Fr. Tom references a recording of Nathan's late wife Lynette made only a week or two before she died. That recording was featured on AFR in an interview with Fr. Luke Veronis and can be heard HERE. You can purchase Fr. Luke's book by clicking HERE. For Lynette's pictorial album about the re-birth of the Church in Albania, click HERE.