An Orthodox Voice on Sexual Assault

Orthodox Christians are called to walk alongside survivors of sexual assault. Here are a few things we can do today to work against this great societal ill.

Lessons Learned from a Service Retreat

Here are three lessons a group of young adults in Virginia learned after their recent service retreat.

Being a Compassionate Presence

How can Orthodox Christians better be a compassionate presence in this world of confusion, fear, and anger?

A New Way to Learn the Bible

Y2AM is happy to announce a new tool to help you better understand the Bible and connect with Christ.

3 Reasons I Keep Rewatching Parks and Recreation

This week on PCCH, Christian and Christina discuss NBC's sitcom, Parks and Recreation.

Holding on to God in Hard Times

Experiencing hard times, especially natural disasters, can challenge our faith as we struggle to hold on to God.

Balancing Our Inner Mary and Martha

Mary and Martha often personify the roles of prayer and action. How do we balance these in our own lives?

3 Things "Game of Thrones" Gets Right

"Pop Culture Coffee Hour" is back with a new episode on "Game of Thrones."

The Evil of Ignoring Evil

The Church, grounded in a knowledge of spiritual health, sometimes needs to speak against spiritual illness.

How Service Changes Lives

Service is more than just a nice thing to do. Here are two reasons it changes lives.