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  • Living Houses of Prayer

    Published: 21/02/2017
    A new kind of conversion is taking place in England and Europe. Due to a steady decline of Christian belief and the high costs of maintaining churches, the ancient structures are being converted into ... Read more
  • Two Presidents at Prayer

    Published: 21/02/2017
    We live in an age of often strident secularism. If a religious utterance is made by a government official (or it would seem, even a First Lady) a loud cry goes up from an increasingly hostile minority ... Read more
    Source: blog.adw.org
  • New Testament Christianity and Ours

    Published: 20/02/2017
    The cross is a symbol of the selfless, others-centered life of Christ, but it does not end there. Our Lord made it also a symbol of the normal Christian life. If any man will come after me, He said, l ... Read more
  • Why Does God Make Us Wait?

    Published: 20/02/2017
    One of the most common frustrations in the spiritual life is the fact that God often makes us wait. Many of our requests are made with an elevated sense of urgency. Frankly, we are in a big hurry abou ... Read more
    Source: blog.adw.org
  • Amazed at the Resurrection

    Published: 20/02/2017
    This is now the second letter that I am writing to you, beloved. In both of them I am stirring up your sincere mind by way of reminder. (2 Peter 3:1) As Easter approaches, let’s stir up our thankfulne ... Read more
  • God-Centered and Other-Centered Living

    Published: 19/02/2017
    Human society is built upon a balance of personal interests. People are so used to seeing everyone serving his own ends that no other kind of conduct is expected. Only the eccentric dreamer would expe ... Read more
  • Where the Magic Happens

    Published: 19/02/2017
    Back when I used to play basketball regularly I would go thru patches of good form and bad form. There would be 5 or 6 weeks in a row where it felt like you ‘couldn’t miss’ – every shot you put ... Read more
  • What is the Judgment?

    Published: 19/02/2017
    When I was studying in my youth with French monks, we were told that there is a particular judgment at death and a general judgment on the last day. At that early point, I was continuing Orthodox inst ... Read more
    Source: www.pravmir.com
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