Our regrets keep us bound to the past. How do we let go and move past regret?
How can Orthodox Christians better be a compassionate presence in this world of confusion, fear, and anger?
Experiencing hard times, especially natural disasters, can challenge our faith as we struggle to hold on to God.
Mary and Martha often personify the roles of prayer and action. How do we balance these in our own lives?
Great Lent should inform the way we live throughout the year. Here are three principles or lessons that we can take with us even after Pascha.
The Morning Prayer of Saint Philaret of Moscow brings our attention to our inner life, to the will of God, and to how we treat our neighbor.
The Advent season is filled with so much commotion that we can fill up on Christmastime and forget to save room for Christ.
How do Orthodox Christians relate to our political leaders, and how do we move on after a divisive presidential election?
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...
Having programs and ministries for youth and young adults can never replace the role of the parent in cultivating and modeling a love for Christ.