“Let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor what is evil. Cling to what is good. Be kindly affectionate to one another with brotherly love, in honour giving preference to one another; not lagging in diligence, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord; rejoicing in hope, patient in tribulation, continuing steadfastly in prayer; distributing to the needs of the … More Behave Like A Christian
In light of the heightened commotion in Australian politics surrounding the renewed debate on legalising ‘Marriage Equality’, there seems to be a wide-ranging display of views being put on offer throughout the media. Notably, the media has been portraying this conundrum as an extremely two-dimensional ‘David and Goliath’ battle between bigoted, Christian institutionalism and the … More Christ Didn’t Say What?
“I call up all to fully participate in the Divine banquet of the Risen Christ — the Holy Liturgy, and then, at its conclusion, to announce the good news of Christ’s Resurrection and greet one another with this symbol of the Resurrection” – St. John the Wonderworker The Liturgy is one of the greatest … More A Sunday Morning Woman
Do you remember the last time you complained about waking up because it’s too early? Do you remember the last time you complained about walking to a specific destination because it’s too far? Or complaining about the neighbour’s dog because the barking is too loud and you just want to sleep? How many times do … More It’s the Little Things
There are so many problems and so much sin in the world, and if we were to narrow down the cause of these to one simple reason on the most part, we’d find that it’s because we as a population, as a society, as humankind… DON’T KNOW WHO WE ARE. If everyone knew the real … More Identity Crisis – The Search For Me
How many sermons, youth meetings and Bible studies teach us that reading the Bible and praying the Agpia are the solution to the obstacles in our spiritual life? Yet we still struggle to read the Bible every single day because our time is occupied with other priorities. We raise so many questions, overthink scenarios and talk to our Confession Father, expecting him to give us a … More Walk Through Fire
Do you ever feel alone? Isn’t it funny that in an age when we are meant to be the most connected with everyone around us, today is the time we feel most alone? So many times, I’d feel that I was fighting a losing battle on my own. One of my favourite stories in the … More Connected But Alone: A Social Paradox