Reflections , Sermonettes
Christ is Born so that we too may be reborn, renewed, and live a life different from our usual or old one.
Christ’s love for His Father spills out eternally to us as well. In fact, He is just as committed to us as He is to His Father. Just as His love compels Him to do His Father’s will, it compels Him to want nothing but the beauty and the goodness of the Father’s will for us. He only wants the best for us.
....may our Lord guide us to make a difference in any situation the Lord places us in. May we be found faithful when that moment comes.
When your hope is grounded in Christ, nothing can shake or alter your faith.
The two things all Orthodox families should begin doing right away are very simple: Pray and go to church. .
When you became an Orthodox Christian, you received the Holy Spirit who will direct your decisions and direction. Call it this GPS (God’s Positioning System).
Don’t worry about doing something wrong, not fitting in, or “ruining” the parish or the services because of misbehaviors or mishaps. Come to serve, come to grow, come to love, and come to learn.
Orthodox Christianity is Not an Identity by Archpriest Andrew Stephen Damick
The significance of the Cross of Christ can be understood only when looking out from the empty tomb towards Golgotha.
The Journey to Pascha: A Reflection by Fr Yanni Michaelidis
The Orthodox Church sets a high bar for how we are to live out what we believe. Christ did not set a low bar, not for Himself, not for us. He gave EVERYTHING for us, because what more can a person give than HIS OWN LIFE?!
DO WE BELIEVE?; Have we made room, in our hearts for the Coming King? A Reflection by Fr Yanni Michaelidis
Sermonettes by Rev Andrew J Demotses, Emeritus of Blessed Memory
Over the years, Father Andrew produced over 500 sermonettes or meditations in both written and recorded formats. This is a small collection of those recordings. Listen »
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