Why does it matter that our God came down to earth and took on flesh? Elissa discusses using the Jesse Tree and other means to teach our children about the Feast of the Nativity.
Soteriology, Hesychasm And Huneycutt In Beaumont
The words: soteriology, hesychasm, and vlachos were spoken recently in Beaumont, Texas—not to mention so-dzo, so-dzentai, huneycutt, and so-dzenestitai. (Most holy Theotokos, save us!)
Sermons at St. Nicholas:
The Nativity of Christ (Gal 4:4-7)
On the feast of the Nativity of Christ, we celebrate the eternal Word of God taking on Human flesh and identifying with our humanity. Fr Tom reminds us that we…
Glory to God:
Male and Female - Part Three
Fr. Stephen completes his short series on the true meaning of male and female in Orthodox teaching.
The True Meaning of Christmas
Gifts are a part of Christmas, and that's actually okay, but "God become flesh" is the true meaning of Christmas.
A Voice From The Isles:
The Blessing on the Righteous
The Orthodox Church has always regarded the saints of the Old Testament as saints as much as any born after Christ.