Finding the Freedom to Live

Finding the Freedom to Live

Exploring how Orthodoxy illumines relationships, intimacy and sexuality in ways that revitalize our freedom and integrity

Finding the Freedom to Live (FtFtL) grew out of a desire to help Eastern Orthodox Christians integrate our lives and relationships through a deeper understanding of our Tradition and theology. We focus particularly on intimacy, relationships and sexuality, but our concern is with the whole person. One priest described the FtFtL pastoral program as “a second and deeper catechesis, focusing on an Orthodox concept of the human person.”

We hope these podcasts will encourage us to bring our Orthodox theology into conversation with our daily experience in contemporary society and help us find a path that enables us to overcome barriers to our freedom to live with integrity in ways that are faithful to the image of God we all bear.

Transcripts are available at ftftl.org.

Start date: April 2016


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    Andrew Williams