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The second of a three-part series: Exodus from Orthodoxy.
The first of a three-part series: Exodus from Orthodoxy.
After season one of We Are Orthodoxy, we're starting to notice some trends in what young adults are really saying about their experience in the Church.
Why do so many kids who are active in youth ministry grow up and disconnect from the Church?
When I hear about people who have experienced miracles, I can’t help but think, “I want that"...a super awesome miracle moment that changes my life forever.
It’s all too easy to fall into a pattern where I blame everyone else for the way that I am feeling, for my actions, and for my behaviors.
In life, there’s a lot that I don’t know, and there’s a lot that I will never know. So...where’s the solace in all of this?
I realized how stubborn I was being to not want to answer my mom in the first place. Like, “my faith is personal, and I don’t want to share it with her right now.” Yet I sucked up my pride and decided to share it anyway.
In this toxic, politics-ridden, dare I admit it- fallen- world, we all need to learn to listen to each other.
As St. Dionysios showed us, forgiveness does not have to come with the reassurance of saying “it’s okay.” Forgiveness is enough in itself.
The next stop is the Kingdom of Heaven.
Has anyone ever jabbed their hand in between your shoulder blades as a not-so-subtle reminder to stand up straighter? If not, then congratulations, you probably have good posture. I, on...
"So, it's a show?" "It's a lifestyle." "It's a religion."
When I first heard about the app “Timehop,” I had really mixed feelings. If you haven’t heard of it, it does what it sounds like: hops through time. It pools together a conglomerate of...
How can you find a parish that feels like home once you've moved away from your home parish?
“You’re wrong,” “you don’t know me well enough,” and “I don’t care what you think” are all things that I’ve said far too often, and things that I don’t want to say anymore.
I’ve been thinking about my past lately, like what exactly has led me to the point in life that I’m at now...
Disney movies aren't just for kids. In fact, the way we watch them as grown-ups may even have something to teach us about how we approach faith in Christ as well.
The second installment of a three part series regarding friendships that help us find Christ.
If we close ourselves off to friends who aren’t Orthodox, can we truly call ourselves Christians?
What happens when you realize that your role models have flaws?
God gives us the freedom to make our own choices, but how do we maintain our responsibility to Him while we do so?
Of all the opportunities that summer camp affords you, the opportunity to get to know Christ is by far the greatest one.
The only way to assure that someone or something will remain yours forever is to never give it your all, never help it grow...which just sounds so terrible, doesn’t it?
What are the parallels between being an Orthodox Christian and being a runner? How does one influence the other?