Working in the Vineyard: The Resiliency of Lay Laborers

OCAMPR 2017 - Resiliency: Body, Mind and Spirit

With the theme “Resiliency: Body, Mind and Spirit” the Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine, Psychology, and Religion conference was held November 2-4, 2017 at the Ukrainian Orthodox Church Cultural Center in Somerset NJ. OCAMPR exists to facilitate Orthodox Christian fellowship, dialogue and education of professionals in religion, psychology and medicine.

These talks were recorded by Ancient Faith Radio in partnership with OCAMPR and are made available here for free access and download. These plenary talks are in audio format but a video version is provided as a way of showing the slides associated with the talk.

OCAMPR welcomes interdisciplinary dialogue and is committed to exploring an Orthodox Christian understanding and perspective on a variety of pastoral issues. Toward that end, presentations and papers are offered for ongoing discussion and dialogue. The opinions of presenters do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the OCAMPR organization, Ancient Faith Ministries, or of the Orthodox Church.

December 2017

Working in the Vineyard: The Resiliency of Lay Laborers

Carrie Frederick Frost,, PhD, Professor of Theology, Saint Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Seminary, Somerset, NJ (Moderator). Panelists: Jen Nahas, MPP, Research/evaluation consultant, Brigham Nahas Research Associates, Cambridge, MA; Kyra Limberakis, MTS, Assistant Director, Office of Vocation and Ministry, and Associate Director CrossRoad Summer Institute, Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA.

December 2, 2017 Length: 59:47




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