Off the Shelf – The Benedict Option
In 2017 Rod Dreher’s book The Benedict Option received a lot of attention. We read it too. And here’s what we thought…
Archbishop Anastasis of Albania’s authority on missiology comes from 40+ years of missionary service in Eastern Africa and Albania. Fr. Aris Metrakos brings forward points from various chapters that find an easy application in our American mission field.
Before the local Greek Festival in summer 2011, my only exposure to the Orthodox Church was from watching My Big Fat Greek Wedding. My mom had become Protestant in her teens, and my dad was raised Roman Catholic but converted to Protestantism in college. They had raised my three sisters… Read more »
A few years ago, a good friend invited me to a girls’ weekend in Portland, Oregon. Since I live in a rural area, it was a much-anticipated opportunity to visit a few shops and restaurants and catch up with my friend over lots of steaming coffee. I was looking forward… Read more »
Jesus Christ valued many things, but at the top of His priorities was the salvation of each person. “The Lord does not wish that any should perish, but that all should reach repentance.” (2Pet.2:9) His love for each person is so great and unfathomable that He “emptied Himself, became a… Read more »