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This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where we learn about Jesus’ genealogy and His incarnation. But how is Jesus, God and Man? And how can God have a genealogy if He has always existed? To find out, read this sermon here.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Jesus tells the parable of the man who gave a great banquet. But who is this man? And why would people make excuses to avoid a feast? To find out, read this sermon.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Jesus heals a woman who had suffered for eighteen years. But why would Christ heal someone who didn't even ask to be healed? And did He really need to lay His hands on the woman to heal her? To find out, read this sermo.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Jesus tells the rich young ruler the one thing he lacked. What did he desire after all? And what does it mean for a camel to go through the eye of a needle? To find out, read this sermon.
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Find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Jesus tells us the famous parable of the Good Samaritan. What’s the most important question that could ever be asked? And what's the answer to it? It's definitely worth finding out! So read this sermon here.
Find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Jesus resurrects the daughter of the ruler of the synagogue and a woman who was sick for many years. But how did those miracles happen? And how are they connected? What can those miracles teach us? To find out, read this sermon here.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where the Lord talks about a nameless rich man and a poor man named Lazaros. But why is the poor man named and not the rich man? And why would the rich man need to ask the poor man for a drop of water? Wouldn’t it be the other way around? To find out, read this sermon.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Jesus encounters a man possessed by evil spirits and commands the demons to leave his body. But why would Jesus permit the evil spirits to enter pigs instead? And if evil spirits really can live inside of us, how can such a thing happen? To find out, read this sermon.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where the Lord shares a parable about a sower trying to sow his seed. But what does agriculture have to do with us? And why is the Lord speaking in difficult parables instead of just using plain language? To find out, read this sermon.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where the Lord raises a man from the dead. But why does the Lord raise a seemingly random person from the dead? And what’s important about this man being the son of a widow? To find out, read this sermon.
Find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Jesus teaches us how to live as Christians. But how could He ask us to love those who’ve hurt us the most? And to even forgive them? Also, how can we keep our spiritual senses awake? To find out, read this sermon here.
Find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where the Lord recruits His first four disciples. But why does the Lord command His disciples to go on a fishing trip? And why does the Apostle Peter confess his sinfulness to the Lord after he catches an abundance of fish? To find out, read this sermon.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where the Lord talks about taking up our cross, and following Him. But what does it mean to take up “our cross”? And how does taking up our cross allow us to follow Him? To find out, read more here.
Exploring ministry responses to the Opioid Pandemic.
Find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Apostle Matthew talks about how Christ walks on water with Apostle Peter. But why did Peter begin to sink after the Lord gave him the blessing to walk on water? And how can faith keep us from drowning in our everyday lives? To find out, read here.
Find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Apostle Matthew talks about how Christ heals and feeds thousands in a deserted place. But what caused the Lord to withdraw to a deserted place? And what does it mean to us today that the Lord fed thousands with just a few pieces of bread?
Find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Apostle Matthew talks about how Christ heals two blind men. But why did the two men cry to Him: "Have mercy on us, Son of David?" And how is this phrase related to our faith today and the Jesus Prayer?
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Apostle Matthew talks about how Christ heals the servant of a centurion.
With the blessing of Archbishop Elpidophoros of America, the Director of the Department of Religious Education (DRE), Bishop Athenagoras of Nazianzos is pleased to announce the new Manager of Orthodox Marketplace and St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival — Maria Klonaris.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Apostle Matthew talks about how Christ calls us to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Apostle Matthew talks about how Jesus called His disciples to leave their families behind, leave their work behind, so He can make them fishers of men.
This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading where Apostle Matthew talks about how Christ wants us to love Him even more than our mothers, fathers, sons, or daughters.
Archimandrite Chrysostom Onyekakeyah Project Coordinator for Mission & Outreach Development Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America 6/15/22 The soul of America is pained by injustice. It is...
Exploring Shavuout through the lens of Orthodox Christianity.

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