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Ancient Faith Radio has been a huge part of my learning process. I was converted and baptized into Orthodoxy in 1997 but two years later I fell away. This last Pascha the Holy Spirit worked in me to bring me back into the flock in a big way. Soon after I found AFR and have been loading my iPod shuffle full of your programs ever since.
It has been a source of great fellowship and instruction. It is also a way to feel connected to my fellow believers. It also brings the beautiful music of the Orthodox Church into my home and reminds me to pray.
Ancient Faith Radio has changed my life. You have helped me in my journey toward Orthodoxy as well as helped me focus more on the spiritual rather than the temporal. I have learned much about Orthodoxy through the many incredible podcasts you offer. Thank you for your faithfulness to Christ, his Church, and her mission.
Each morning, when I wake up, it is one of the first things to be “turned on.” Listening to it each day helps me achieve calmness in my busy life. Thank you for your ministry!
You have provided a marvelous way to remain focused throughout the day for a busy parish pastor, often alone in the office and in need of some source of music that does not disturb sermon preparation. You also provide a constant source of theological reflection that has motivated my continued study of the differences between our communions. Thanks!
I enjoy listening to podcasts of homilies and lectures, especially as an “inquirer” into Orthodoxy. I occasionally listen to AFR during my planning period at school as a decompression and re-focusing time.
As a Swedish “liker of orthodoxy,” Ancient Faith Radio has brought me up-to-date information and relevant programs on the Orthodox life today. In Sweden, the Orthodox Church is merely a church for immigrants, and there isn’t much information and material in Swedish. I especially like the programs on conversion, and people’s stories on that subject.
It is a very important connection with Orthodox Christians for me. I love the Orthodox way of thinking. I don’t know why I am not an Orthodox. Perhaps it is because of my cultural background. The Orthodox way of thinking is to me like a new language. God bless you all.
Peace during my busy day. It is also a great opening to conversations. The programming is just outstanding! Thank you. I pray for you daily.
I love how I can get in touch with the various people on the podcasts in time of trials or when I need advice. Everyone on Ancient Faith Radio is very supportive and informative, and I really wish that you can air on regular radio so I can listen in my car.
Living far from the nearest Orthodox community, AFR has helped me to stay connected with the daily prayers of the Church and provides edification and spiritual support through the hymns and readings. I am grateful to God for this resource.
AFR is wonderful! It helps me to be centered with my faith around the clock, especially at the office where sometimes we tend to forget our values. This has been long overdue. Thank you! I will be donating soon.
By listening to you on my PC at work, some who do not believe in God, and only know what non-Orthodox people tell them are tuning in to listen to your music and prayers, as well as all the educational material you supply. I know I have learned more about my faith due to your efforts than anywhere else. Thank you for your hard work and talent that you bring to this ministry.
Our Orthodox friends told us about Ancient Faith Radio and listening to AFR was actually a major factor in my husband’s decision to become Orthodox.
Being a second generation American of Russian origin, I had a cultural connection to Orthodoxy but no real outlet to connect to it on a personal level. Additionally, the language barrier to participation in the Russian Orthodox Church played a significant role in separating me from the Orthodox faith. Ancient Faith Radio has been a solution to both problems. I had no idea that there was an English-speaking Orthodox community, much less one as rich as I’ve found with AFR.